Win your flips and you'll go far in tournament poker. Dbindger Singh couldn't win his flip and as a result he's out of the tournament. Dermot Blain opened the pot to 65,000. Action passed to Dbinder Singh, who made a small re-raise to 125,000. Blain's response was to move all in. Singh called all in for less.
The dreaded flip. Singh had the better hand to start with, but fell behind Blain after a flop of , with Blain making a pair of aces. After seing the flop, Singh stood up, grabbed his sunglasses, put his jacked on and shook his head. For television taping purposes he was forced to wait an agonizingly long time for the turn card, which was an unhelpful . Singh needed a river queen to stay alive but didn't get it. The river fell a repeater to bounce Singh from the tournament in 7th place.