The table looked in awe at Arthur Lim as he limped for 1,600 and left himself with just 2,100 behind. Michael Borovetz was in the small blind and made the call, while Isaac Haxton tapped in the big blind.
Borovetz was first to act and simply folded his cards, sending the action to Haxton. A flick of 2,100 chips meant Haxton was putting Lim to a decision. Lim called pretty quickly and the two players turned their hands over.
Haxton had the flush draw and then on the turn, he had the flush. The meaningless on the river changed nothing and Lim was sent home, while Haxton raked in some chips.