After a series of bets and raises on a flop of , Chris Moneymaker was all in and at risk for 150,000 with for a set of eights. Raymond Ezzie had him at risk with for an ace-high flush draw, and the turn was the , giving him said flush.
Moneymaker needed the board to pair in order to survive, but it was not to be for the 2003 Main Event champion as the bricked off on the river.
"Good luck, everyone," Moneymaker said, walking away from the table.
Ezzie, who had Moneymaker covered by just 30,000 or so, dragged the pot and is now up to 340,000.
Huck Seed, who won in 1996, is now the only former champion standing.