Jim Collopy open-shoved for 30,000 from early position and action folded to Ryan Riess in the big blind. He peeled his first card and said, "the first one's a good one." Eventually, he looked at his second card and then put a pile of chips in the middle to call.
The flop came and Collopy paired his four to take the lead, but Riess also had the nut flush draw. The turn was the to complete Riess' flush and Collopy was left drawing dead to the on the river.