Action folded to a short-stacked Grayson Nichols on the button and he moved all in for 85,000. The small blind folded, but Jamie Armstrong, who had chips to spare, made the call from the big.
Nichols got it in good, and he stayed in the lead on the flop. That's when disaster struck as the dealer burned and turned the to put two pair on the board. That gave both players jacks and tens, which meant Armstrong's ace kicker had him out in front. The river was of no consequence, and the counterfeit sent Nichols out the door in 14th place for $24,277.