Sean Getzwiller folded from the button and following his plan of hyper aggression before the flop, Sadan Turker shoved all-in on a short stacked Jon Turner.
Turner squeezed his cards and when he saw the he immediately made the call to put his tournament life at risk. Turker appeared to be stunned by the call and showed his with disgust. Turner was in great shape to double up and needed the dealer to do him justice.
The man known as "PearlJammer" online had survived the flop and needed to avoid the three queens in the deck to survive his all-in confrontation.
When the dealer revealed the dagger of a turn card, Turner stood up and tapped the table as he began packing up his belongings. He would need to spike an eight on the river to stay alive.
The players all had to look back and check that the eight of diamonds had not fallen, but when they saw that it was indeed a nine, Turner began the long, lonely walk to the cashier's cage, having come tantalizingly close to claiming his first WSOP bracelet.