Eli Elezra limped in from early position and Kim Kallman raised the max in the cutoff, making it 54,000. Nathan Gamble asked for Kallman's total and he was informed that Kallman had 177,000 behind. Gamble then three-bet to 145,000 and Kallman called.
Kallman stuffed in his remaining chips on the flop and Gamble called.
Kallman was trailing with just a gutshot, but he hit a backdoor low on the and runout, so they chopped the pot.