A crowd was gathering around Table 352, and when we made our way over we discovered that Bryan "The Icon" Micon was all in against 1996 WSOP Main Event champ Huck Seed. We're not sure when the chips went in, but it appeared to be on either fourth or fifth street.
The cards were a bit jumbled from the dealer, but here is how it looked as near as we could reconstruct.
Seed: / /
Micon: / /
Micon showed his seventh street immediately, which did not improve his 7-6-5-4-3 low. Seed was drawing live to any three, four and seven, and he sweated the card. When he saw that it was a three-across diamond, he know it was either the seven or eight as the was already exposed. That meant he had a 50/50 shot of eliminating Micon.
"Do you want insurance on the money," Seed offered before looking at the card. Micon, who was up out of his seat with his backpack slung over his shoulder, politely declined and said he didn't need the money that bad.
Seed then lifted the last card high and look at the same time as everyone else... the . Seed hit the right card to make a 7-6-5-2-A low and send Micon home as the bubble boy.