Action picked up on the flop of and Davie Cline, in late position, checked to Shaun Deeb, the button. Deeb moved all-in for 450,000 with and Cline, after contemplating his move for a brief moment, opted to call with . Cline's hand would hold up as the turn was a , followed by a .
Deeb, who sat on an above average stack for quite some time, was out. Cline, on the other hand, moved near the top of the chip leaders with around 60 players remaining.
Although he won't be winning his fifth WSOP bracelet, Deeb had about a dozen $300 bounty chips to add to his payout.