Erick Lindgren opened with a raise to 5,000 from early position. It folded around to Katie Dozier who moved all in. The player next to Dozier moved all in as well and Lindgren folded his hand. The stacks were close but Dozier's opponent was the one at risk.
It took about two minutes before the flop was dealt, as the ESPN crews were getting in place. The more time that passed, the more visibly antsy Dozier was getting.
"Ugh," Dozier lamented. "I hate this sweat!"
The dealer tapped the table and produced a flop of . Dozier heaved a sigh but still expressed how unhappy she was.
"You have to breath during this," Shaun Deeb told her from across the table. "These hands take forever. Breath."
The turn was the and Dozier needed to dodge and ace to double up. She did so as the river was the . Dozier was able to knock an opponent home and she's currently sitting on about 114,000.