Jon Turner raised to 15,000 in the hijack seat, Konstantin Puchkov called in the cutoff, and Paul Volpe moved all in for 65,000 out of the big blind. Turner quickly folded, and Puchkov went into the tank.
"Slow roll, chirp," Mark Herm said from the rail.
"Yup," Volpe said.
Finally Puchkov called. Volpe stood pat, Puchkov drew one, and Volpe fanned . Puchkov was drawing very live with and started to squeeze his down card. After squeezing it, he slowly picked it up off of the felt so that only he could see it, and after two or three seconds revealed a , giving him a winning ten-seven.
Volpe will receive $22,399 for his eighth-place finish - the highest of his World Series of Poker career.