An early positioned player raised before the flop and Ryan Lenaghan called from the cutoff. The button and blinds got out of the way, leaving the duo heads up to a flop of . Lenaghan's opponent cut out a continuation of 3,400 and the 2011 WSOP Main Event 16th place finisher tossed forward a call.
The fell on fourth street, prompting checks from both players. The completed the board and Lenaghan's opponent fired a final bet of 9,000. Lenaghan instantly called, only to find that he was beaten by his opponent's for aces and sixes with a queen. With this hit, Lenaghan's stack has dropped to about 93,000.