Ryan Tosoc limped in from the cutoff and Luis Velador checked his option in the big blind. The flop came and Velador checked to Tosoc who bet 60,000. Velador check-raised to 300,000 and Velador called.
The turn was the and Velador jammed all in for his last 160,000. Tosoc snap-called and the cards were on their backs.
Tosoc turned a straight while Velador held a straight and flush draw. He would need to catch a spade or a queen on the river but the completing the board was no help. Velador went from one of the chip leaders to out in 13th place in the span of one level.