The first of two hands Tyler Schwecke just lost went as following. From the hijack Bryan Jolly raised to 30,000, there was no small blind since Joey Spanne just busted, and Schwecke three-bet to 45,000 from the big blind. Jolly called.
The flop came down and Schwecke bet 15,000, Jolly called. The turn was the and Schwecke was all in for his final 15,000 chips. Jolly called with and Schwecke was in a perfect position to scoop the pot, he showed for a pair of aces and ace-seven for the low. The river was the perfect card for Jolly because since the hit he made a straight to the eight and the same low. Schwecke got quartered and was left with just 29,000 chips.
A few hands later Schwecke was in the big blind again and Can Kim Hua completed from the small blind. Schwecke moved all in for 14,000 more and Hua made the call. Hua tabled and Schwecke showed . The board ran out and Hua rivered his flush to knock out Schwecke in 13th place.