We came to the table as the turn was being dealt on a board that read . Al Barbieri checked to his lone opponent Isaac Haxton, who fired out a bet. Barbieri check raised, and Haxton had a decision for all his chips. He made the call, and when the cards were flipped, Barbieri was well out in front.
Haxton could only catch a diamond to survive, and the river brought the . Haxton goes home in 20th place, while Barbieri is out chip leader with 450,000.