When we reached Table 401, Mikhail Semin was all in and at risk against Robert Williamson III. The hands were exposed, and they looked like this:
The flop gave Williamson trip eights, and the lead, but the spiked on the turn giving Semin a straight. A meaningless completed the board, and Semin doubled to 16,000 chips.
Williamson III was left with just 7,000 chips, and busted soon after.