Jonathan Aguiar raised in middle position to 1,600, and Kevin Saul put in a three bet to 4,000. Aguiar made the call, and the flop came down . Aguiar checked to Saul, who fired out a pot sized bet. Aguiar responded by moving all in, and Saul made the call. The cards were tabled, and Saul was virtually drawing dead.
Aguiar flopped gin, getting top pair and a flush draw, while Saul was drawing to runner runner, with his baby flush draw being no good. He got part of it on the turn, the , but the on the river didn't complete the miracle suckout. With that hand, Aguiar jumps up to nearly 58,000, while Saul is heading home.