Shortly after Freddy Deeb's departure, it was Shaun Deeb getting involved in a hand with Joseph Leung that saw them reach a flop. Leung checked from the small blind, Deeb bet 19,000, Leung check-raised to 88,500, Deeb pushed all in, and Leung called with the 205,000 total he had.
Deeb had for top-and-bottom two pair while Leung for a set of nines. The turn was the and river the , and Leung ended with quads to knock Deeb back down to less than 40,000.
Leung would claim the rest of Deeb's stack shortly thereafter to send him out in 26th place.