Nick Guagenti had the showing, and moved all in for his last 2,000. Chip leader Matt Vengrin called with the , and all of the cards were opened and the boards ran out like this:
Guagenti: () /
Vengrin: () /
Guagenti made a straight on seventh, but Vengrin could split the pot on seventh with a four, six, seven, or eight. He pulled a second ace, however, and Guagenti more than doubled.
He took down the very next hand on fourth with king-high showing, and now sits with 9,500 chips.