On the flop , Geoffrey Mooney bet 3,000 and Nam Le flat-called before the fell on the turn. Mooney fired another bet worth 6,000 and Le then squeezed to 15,000. Mooney checked his stack and then announced all in to see his opponent snap-call.
Only a jack could keep Mooney in the tournament, as Le had already hit a full house. However, it was the blank river that sent him to the rail in 2nd place and crowned Le as champion.