Russell Crane was down to a handful of chips worth about 6,000 and he moved them all-in from the hijack only to see Michael Sherman three-bet to 19,100 from the small blind. Guillaume Fourcade called from the big blind and it was three-ways (one all-in) to the flop.
Sherman set the price to continue at 20,000 and Fourcade folded.
The on the turn took away Crane's backdoor flush outs and left him drawing to an eight in order to win. The improved Sherman to an unnecessary full house and Crane crashed out of this event.