Shannon Shorr raised to 51,000 on the button, Keith Lehr defended his big blind, and the flop fell . Lehr checked, Shorr continued for 61,000, and Lehr moved all in for 430,000. Shorr called.
Lehr needed a nine or running straight or flush cards to survive.
"Ten of diamonds for a sweat," Lehr requested.
The dealer quickly burned and turned the , and was about to deliver the river.
"Whoa," Lehr pleaded. "Slow."
"Fast," Shorr interjected, smiling.
The dealer paused for a second, then delivered the fifth and final card; the . Lehr, who finished runner-up in the $10,000 Six Max in 2012, was eliminated in eighth place, earing $129,342, and the remaining seven players are headed over to the mothership to form the unofficial final table.