Daniel Lazrus raised to 800,000 from early position and Sertac Turker jammed for around 5.5 million from the small blind. Lazrus called and hands were revealed.
Turker and his rail saw the bad news and were looking for some help. The flop came . The dealer put down the turn while Turker's rail and Adam Sherman were yelling for an eight or jack on the river. Instead, the came to eliminate Turker.
Sherman said his rooting for Turker to hit was nothing personal and he would've been rooting for Lazrus to stay alive if he were the short stack, but Lazrus didn't seem to mind as he took the chips to add to his stack and the final table is now without another player.