Max Weinberg opened the hijack to 95,000 only to have Daniel Haglund three-bet shove for an additional 290,000. Weinberg paused momentarily before making the call.
With Haglund in the lead, but most likely seeing a chop occur, the flop furthered the chop possibilities.
However when the landed on the turn, a few ohhs and ahhs were let out by the few railbirds in the audience as now Haglund would have to fade any heart or four to stay alive.
Unfortunately for the youngster, the would smack on the river to send him crushing to the rail in eighth place, and as Weinberg moved to 2,400,000 in chips.