After Timothy Adams had opened from the button, a short-stacked JC Alvarado moved all in from the big blind for 50,500. Adams made the call and the cards were turned up:
According to the PokerNews Odds Calculator, Alvarado was a 81.12% favorite to win the hand. The flop saw his chances increase to 92.02%, while the turn made it 95.45%; in fact, the only cards Adams could win with was one of the two remaining threes. The dealer burned one last time and put out the , which actually improved Alvarado to a flush.
Meanwhile, Philipp Gruissem has opted to fire a second bullet and is now seated between Adams and Alvarado.