A massive pot just developed that saw Joe Hachem raise to 35,000 under the gun, Shawn Hattem reraise pot, and Jan Collado four-bet pot from the small blind. Both Hachem and Hattem called off their stacks and it was what one might expect:
With the aces and kings taken, this seemed to be one of those hands that'd be determined by the other cards in their respective hands. Sure enough, the flop fell , giving Collado trips and the nut flush draw, putting Hachem and Hattem in a bad spot.
The turn didn't change a thing. The rail leaned in close as Hachem and Hattem both awaited their fate on the river. Burn . . . .
The river improved Collado to a flush, which was good enough to take down the pot and send his two opponents to the rail. Hachem began the hand with the short stack, so he'll be awarded 12th place; consequently, Hattem finished in 11th place.