Oleg Vasylchenko had half a million in chips at the last break, but that has since been reduced to zero and David Peters emerged as the first chip millionaire.
After a raise to 14,000, Peters called and Vasylchenko then three-bet to 50,000 from the cutoff. The initial raiser folded, but Peters called and headed to a flop of . Peters checked, Vasylchenko bet 45,000 and then faced the check-raise all in by Peters. After some consideration, the Russian called.
Vasylchenko was still ahead with the straight, but that all changed on the turn to leave him drawing dead. While the river fell, Vasylchenko had already walked away from the table in disbelief.