On a board of and about 100,000 in the pot, Randy Ohel had jammed on the button to put Sebastian Gahl at risk of being the bubble boy if he were to call off his 140,000 remaining stack.
Gahl tanked and a crowd formed before he even made a decision. Eventually, he called for his tournament life. Once the cameras and Jack Effel arrived at the spectacle, the hands were revealed.
Gahl was ahead with top pair and a flush draw, but still had outs to fade. The dealer burned and turned, and put down the , which cause many in the crowd to erupt, possibly thinking the bubble had burst as Ohel made a set. Instead, Gahl made a flush to stay alive and upon that realization, the room once again erupted into a sea of boos and another hand was to be played on the bubble.