We didn't exactly see how the money got in, but it looks like Daniel Makowsky opened with a raise, then Kendall Fukumoto shoved, then David Benefield re-shoved. That's our best guess based on the table positions, and we walked up just in time to see Daniel Makowsky shove the rest of his own chips in as well. He was at-risk for about 52,000, Benefield for 48,100, and Fukumoto had the barely covering stack. Let's see 'em:
Everyone was amused by the upcoming flip, and they started calling for the cards they wanted. "Ace!" Makowsky pleaded. "Just give me an ace!" He got one, but the flop was a disaster. Fukumoto picked up a set, and Benefield had a wrap draw to work with. "Diamonds," someone said. "Who's got diamonds?" Nobody did. The turn was no change, and the river was a brick as well. Fukumoto's set of jacks hold up, and he's sent two players to the rail, vaulting up over 200,000 in the process.