A short-stacked Tommy Vedes moved all in for 145,000 when action folded to him in the hijack, and he was immediately met with a call from Thomas Conway in the cutoff. The button and blinds got out of the way, and the cards were turned up:
According to the PokerNews Odds Calculator, Vedes was a 63.64% favorite in the hand, and he was mainly looking to dodge a king. Unfortunately for him, he couldn't do it as the flop came down and gave him just a 4.24% chance of surviving the hand.
Vedes got up out of his seat, collected his things, and began to bid adieu to the other players, but stopped after the turned, giving him some hope of a chop with a ten. Any hope he had was crushed when the appeared on the river, and Vedes finished shaking hands with the table before taking his leave in eighth place.