A loud scream could be heard in the tournament room and that was an indication of a big pot being shipped to Mehrzad Moadeli, who had indeed sent Yehuda Yosef to the rail in a pot worth more than four times the starting stack.
Michael Teplitski was kind enough to provide the preflop action. According to Teplitski, Bahram Zand had raised to 1,300 and was called by Moadeli, Yosef then reraised to 4,000 and Moadeli was the only caller.
Via three-bet the stacks went in after a flop of and Moadeli tabled for bottom pair and a flush draw while Yosef held pocket kings.
The turn improved Moadeli to two pair and the river was a blank. Both stacks were counted and Moadeli had 50,600, which covered Yosef by a small margin.