We caught up just as the dealer was scooping in the preflop pot, but it appeared that Eli Elezra had raised from the hijack. He was called by button and it was heads-up going to the flop, which came .
Elezra check-called an 875 bet from his opponent. Both players checked the turn, however, when Elezra checked again on the river, his opponent bet enough to put Elezra all in. Elezra quickly mucked and slipped back down to 3,800.