John Racener opened up the action with a raise to 80,000 and Herbert Tapscott called all in for 65,000. Thayer Rasmussen called in the cutoff and the remaining players folded. The flop came down and both Racener and Rasmussen checked. The turn and river, the and , got checked as well and we got to see a a three-way showdown.
Herbert Tapscott showed for the nut flush and he took down the main pot. The small side pot was for Racener who showed and Rasmussen showed his before mucking his cards. "It's hard to kill a man from Alabama," Ashly Butler said to Tapscott who smiled, nodded and stacked his chips. We are still with eight players.