Salman Behbehani had patiently waited for his chance, barely played any hand, and then open-shoved from middle position. One seat over, Ali Reza Fatehi asked "how much?" and the dealer counted out 289,000. The Iranian called and everyone else got out of the way.
The flop was no threat yet for Behbehani, but the turn was as scary as it could get. Ultimately, it was the river that completed the bad beat story and Behbehani left the tournament area. After some initial joy, Fatehi apologized for the beat and jumped into the lead.