We caught up to see David Chiu call the all in of his opponent on a board of . Chiu was holding for a flopped queen-high flush versus his opponent's for an ace-high spade draw and a gutshot.
When Chiu saw his opponent's hand, all he could do was go over to a chair in the corner and sit down. The ESPN camera crew came over to the table and were having a difficult time locating Chiu as he sat in a dark corner, unable to even look toward the table.
The dealer rapped the table and dropped a on the turn, keeping Chiu out in the lead. His opponent would need one of the remaining spades in the deck to make the higher flush. Once again the dealer pounded the table, and this time Chiu's fate was sealed as the peeled off on the river. His opponent clapped his hands and pumped his fists in celebration, ultimately signalling Chiu in the corner of the bad news.
Chiu quickly shook hands with the players at his table and made a speedy exit to the nearest door.