We caught up with the action as the board read and over 100,000 chips in the pot. Moorman had made a bet and was raised 21,500 more by Richard Lyndaker, which would force Moorman to go all-in. He thought it over for a minute or so before folding, leaving himself with only 20,000 remaining. On the next deal, Moorman open-shoved with the and was called by Lyndaker, who held . The final board read and Lyndaker's pair of Queens was good. Moorman flipped the dealer one of his 100,000 add-on lammers and returned to battle.