Mark Eddleman raised to 47,000 in early position, and Joe Beevers moved all in behind him. Eddleman made the call to put Beevers in danger.
Beevers' kings were second best, but he did have club and spade flush draws to go with them. Eddleman was the one who picked up a flush draw on the flop, however, as it came . The on the turn sealed the deal, giving Eddleman both a flush and top set. The river was unimportant, and Beevers was sent to the payout desk in 18th, making him the first to collect $19,479. Eddleman moved up to 550,000.