Richard Ashby completed from the small blind, Doug Polk raised out of the big blind, Ashby reraised and Polk called all in.
"I have two cards that can make a low," Polk said, revealing his hand.
The flop gave him the best low draw because Ashby paired his seven, and the on the turn completed his low. Polk could scoop the pot with a five on the river for a full house, but disaster struck as the completed the board, giving Ashby a superior low to go with his sevens and deuces.
Polk wished the players at the table good luck, then exited the tournament area looking to get paid.