On the first hand of the day, William Slaght put his remaining 35,000 chips in from under the gun and Felipe Ramos raised. Ryan Rapaski moved all in for his 235,000 and Ramos called.
The flop came which originally excited Slaght until he realized Ramos had the better ten.
The turn came the , giving Ramos the nut low draw in addition to the best high hand.
The completed the board, giving Ramos the scoop and the double knockout.