We don't know exactly how the action went, but Amir Lehavot was in a heated pot preflop, that ended with Lehavot's opponent all in and at risk.
The dealer then spread a flop giving Lehavot a pair of aces, but it was his opponent's set of eights that held the lead. After the planted on the turn, Lehavot found himself with a potential out. Now he could hit an ace and steal this pot away. Unfortunately for him a fell on the river and Lehavot had no claim on the 120,000 pot.
Lehavot, who is no stranger to deep runs in tournaments, won 2011's Event 7: $10,000 Pot-Limit Hold'em Championship. Even though he just lost a hand, he still possesses enough chips to pursue poker glory.