McLean Karr raised from the cutoff seat, and Anh Le three-bet from the small blind.
The two players took a flop of , and Le fired out with a bet. Karr raised, Le three-bet again, and Karr made the smooth call. The turn was the and the river the with Le check-calling bets from Karr on both streets.
Karr tabled for two pair, but his hand was no good. Le's made a straight, earning the pot and a chip boost to 105,000. That dropped Karr down to just 400 lonely chips.
He quadrupled up on the following hand, and he was all in for 1,600 with on the ensuing deal. Michael Binger held against him, and the board of finally took the last of Karr's stack.