Action folded around to Layne Flack who pushed forward 28,000 for a raise from the button. Adam Kagin then moved all in from the small blind. Kagin was fairly short stacked and pushed for 109,000. Flack completed the call and we were off to the races.
Once the cards were flipped over, the tournament director announced "we have a classic match up" much to the delight of the crowd and players. The dealer spread a flop. The turn brought a giving Flack a straight as a potential out. The river blanked out as the fell in its place. Kagin has now doubled up and is almost at 250,000.