With about 27,000 in the pot and the board reading , three players remained in the hand. Chad Layne was in the big blind position and had checked to the two other players, both of which had moved all in. Layne had both players covered and was a bet upwards of 22,000. After deliberating for quite a while, he called, putting both players at risk.
Under the gun:
The turn was the , keeping both ace-king hands in the lead. The river was the , and that spelled the end of both players. Layne rivered the flush, sending them both to the rail. With so many players still remaining, it's not 100 percent certain, but Chad Layne appears to be the chip leader at the moment.