Scott Seiver: / fold
David Bach: / /
Scott Bohlman: / /
On fourth street, Scott Bohlman checked to David Bach, who bet and forced a fold from Scott Seiver. Bohlman called with 44,000 behind and Bach glanced at his stack when fifth was dealt. Bohlman checked, Bach bet and Bohlman raised before they got it in.
Bohlman turned over a made seventy-five while Bach had a live seventy-six. Nothing changed on sixth, but Bach spiked a on seventh to leave Bohlman on the ropes. He squeezed his final card, and mucked it like a flying saucer high in the air, as the landed gracefully on the floor next to the table.
Bohlman immediately apologized for it, while Cary Katz said "you have the right to be upset."
This has burst the money bubble and all remaining players have locked up at least $14,872 for their efforts.