After a player opened for 6,100 and another called on the button, David Diaz three-bet to 18,400 from the small blind. Zachary Korik then four-bet to 45,600 from the big, the original raiser and button folded, and Diaz moved all in for right around 80,000. Korik made a quick call and discovered he was in bad shape.
Korik's best chance at eliminating his tough opponent was to catch an ace, but that didn't happen on the flop. The turn meant Diaz just needed to dodge an ace on the river, but as you can tell from the title of this post, that didn't happen as the spiked.
Diaz looked devastated as he made his way to the payout desk in 48th place while Korik added to his already massive stack.