With the board reading , Griffin Benger checked and Chris Moorman bet out 600. Benger then check-raised to 1200, and Moorman tanked for about a minute before putting out the chips for a call. The turn was the , and Benger immediately moved all in for 3,200. Moorman counted out the chips for a call and made his decision much more quickly than he had when facing Benger's flop raise. He called and turned over . Benger had for top pair, and Moorman would need help. The on the river didn't provide it, and Benger doubled up.
Despite losing this hand, Moorman still has 42,000 in chips, while Benger is up to 12,000.