Al "Sugar Bear" Barbieri raised from the cutoff and Glenn Engelbert defended from the big blind. The flop saw Engelbert check-raise Barieri, who called. The turn went bet and check, brining about the river. This time Engelbert check-called a bet from Barbieri, but he was disgusted when the "Sugar Bear" turned over for rivered Broadway.
That hand knocked Engelbert down to just 160,000, though his stack dwindled to just 80,000 a few hands later.