Carl Beard opened with a raise to 1,600 only to have Robert Zoellner three-bet from the small blind.
Joe Sebok committed his last 3,100 and Beard then found himself all in for 4,000. Zoellner made the call and the cards were tabled.
The flop of kept Zoellner in the lead but gave both players some outs.
It was the turn that created the most drama as it fell the to give Sebok a flush draw to stay alive, Zoellner a set of jacks, but Beard a straight.
Fortunately for Sebok he magically found the on the river to see him double through to 9,300 as Beard slipped to just 1,800 in chips.