Eddy Sabat opened to 56,000 from the hijack seat, Keith Lehr three-bet to 231,000 from the cutoff, and Stanislav Barshak cold four-bet jammed for 569,000 more than Lehr's raised. Sabat quickly released, and the action was back on Lehr, who began tanking.
He eventually called, turning over , and Barshak showed . The flop gave Lehr four extra outs to Broadway, and the on the turn gave him said straight. The bricked on the river, and Lehr doubled to 1.704 million chips.
"I can't believe you had that hand," Lehr said. "I didn't want to call."