Dan Shak raised to 5,000 from the cutoff seat and then called Aleh Plauski's three-bet to 13,500 out of the big blind. The two saw a flop of , and Plauski checked. Shak moved all in for right around 45,000, and Plauski quickly called.
Plauski tabled the for a big draw, and that made Shak's draw with the look much worse.
The turn was the , and the river was the , leaving Shak second best and sending him to the rail.