We caught the remnants of a hand that cost 1995 WSOP champion Dan Harrington most of his stack. A player moved all in against Harrington on a flop. Harrington called with and was way ahead of his opponent's .
Fourth street brought the and his opponent was looking for one of the two remaining fives going to the river. Just like that the dealer rapped the tabled and peeled off the , absolutely destroying Harrington's stack. After that hand he was left with only 2,200.
Harrington would bust two hands later.