We caught up to the action to find a player in early position open for 925. Action folded around to Liv Boeree in the small blind who made the call. Next it was onto Tony Dunst in the big blind who raised to 3,400. The initial bettor then thought better of playing the hand and folded. Boeree was next to act and after a few moments of contemplation moved all in and was quickly called by Dunst. With Boeree all in and at risk both player's cards were tabled.
A flop was exposed on the felt, which was good sign for Dunst as he furthered his lead heading to the turn-river. A on fourth street brough Boeree another out other than an ace or a king, now she could hit any diamond and snag the pot away from Dunst.
A on the river sealed the deal and guaranteed Boeree the double up. "Liv Boeree, you will be the death of me" was Dunst's friendly response as he was forced to ship most of his stack over to his one-legged table mate.