Hand #137: John Beauprez had the button. He opened to 80,000. Manig Loeser three-bet to 220,000 and Beauprez announced that he was all in for 1.205 million. Loeser stood up from the table, said call, and tabled his .
It was revealed the two were racing once Beauprez showed his .
Loeser jumped into the lead when the flop brought with his pair of queens. Suddenly he was only two cards away from a bracelet.
The hit the turn giving Beauprez additional outs to make a straight on the river as well. In the end, it was the to complete the board and give Beauprez a winning club flush, doubling him up and putting the two competitors back to even chip stacks.