Ashton Griffin had shoved all in twice in a row over pre flop raises, and lost a small post flop hand after that. Griffin got involved for the fourth hand in a row, but it would be his last this tournament.
2012 November Niner Jeremy Ausmus opened for 20,000, and called Griffin's button shove. Ausmus was the proud owner of while Griffin had to go to battle holding just .
"Nice sweat" said Griffin as the flop had a little bit for both: . The on the turn was red, but not the right suit for Griffin. The on the river gave him a pair, but it was too late for that to matter.