After losing most of his stack in that jacks versus queens hand, just a few hands later Ben Lamb was open-raising all in for about 29,000 from middle position. It folded to Chris Moorman in the small blind who called the raise, the big blind folded, and the players turned over their hands.
There was a brief pause while the ESPN camera crew found their places, then the dealer burned a card and delivered the flop. Moorman had assumed the lead, while Lamb sat with a stoic look, focusing on the board.
The turn was the and Lamb was down to a couple of outs to save him. The river then brought the , and with about 920 players left, Lamb was standing and shaking the hands of his table mates, his 2012 WSOP Main Event run having ended.