There was a substantial pot already brewing and the board read when we got to the table. Erik Seidel shoved for what looked like about 20,000 and Bryce Yockey called. Seidel had the larger of the two stacks by a very narrow margin.
Seidel had draws to the nut flush, king-high straight, and second-nut low, but needed help against Yockey's two pair and nut-low draw. The on the river changed nothing and Yockey took the pot to leave the legendary eight-time bracelet winner running on fumes.