We're ten minutes into Level 3 and just witnessed the eradication of J.J. Liu from the tournament. She was heads-up on the river with one opponent. There were 11,000 chips in the pot and on the board. Liu's opponent acted first and moved all in, effectively putting Liu all in for about 6,800 if she called.
Liu studied her opponent and started to shake her head. "Oh," she said with a sigh. She peeked back at her cards and shook her head a second time. "Did you flop a set?" she asked. There was no response.
"Ok, if you got me you got me," Liu declared. She threw the rest of her chips into the pot. Her opponent did indeed flop a set with , improving to sevens fulls of jacks on the river. Liu flashed the but had no full house of her own. She's out.