Four players saw a flop and Joe Kuether checked from the small blind. Elie Doft bet from the big blind and was called by Yuval Bronshtein who was under the gun. Fabrice Soulier raised from the hijack, chasing out Kuether. Doft and Bronshtein called to see the turn which was checked around.
The river completed the board and Doft checked. Bronshtein bet and was called by both Soulier and Doft.
Bronshtein tabled for the second-nut low, Doft showed for two pair, and Soulier mucked.
Though that hand knocked Soulier down to about 22,000, he chipped up above 30,000 since then.