Layne Flack opened for 28,000 under the gun and George Danzer defended from the big blind. Both players then checked the flop, and the was put out on the turn. Danzer led out for 27,000, and Flack responded by moving all in. Danzer double checked his cards and called off for 269,000.
Flack had picked a bad spot to make a move as he was drawing dead to Danzer's trips. The meaningless was put out on the river, and Flack sent the vast majority of his chips across the table.
In the very next hand, Max Silver raised to 24,000 from the button and then called when Flack moved all in for approximately 30,000 from the big blind.
The flop gave Flack the lead with two pair, but the spiked on the turn to give Silver a flush. The river failed to help Flack, and he was sent to the rail in 13th place.
"Good luck," Flack offered before shaking hands with the remaining players at the table.