Jason Acosta opened for a raise under the gun to 20,000 and saw Dan Howe jam from the cutoff for 170,000 or so. Eli Kim moved all in from the big blind for about 200,000, and Acosta mucked.
"No ace, please," Kim said as he tabled .
Instead, he was the one who needed help against . Help is exactly what he got on the flop, and the turn meant Howe would need to find one of the final two kings to stay alive. The wasn't it.