We found Thayer Rasmussen getting all in on sixth street against Denis Ethier.
"You're ahead of me right now," Ethier said.
Indeed, Rasmussen had the lead with a jack-low, and the dealer sent them seventh street.
"Let me see if I'm drawing dead," Ethier said, knowing the best hand he could make was an eight-low, while Rasmussen had a draw to a seven. Rasmussen turned over his card: , meaning Ethier would win if he caught a ten or lower and didn't pair.
Ethier squeezed out the , ending Rasmussen's quest for a second final table at this year's World Series of Poker.