In one of the last hands of the level, Dutch Boyd, Rakesh Lalwani and Sandor Ambrus headed to the flop. With plenty of chips already in the middle, Boyd bet 7,500 and Lalwani called. Ambrus moved all in for 28,625 and Boyd quickly released his cards. Lalwani needed more time but came to the same conclusion after some small talk with his opponent.
Ambrus flashed for two pair and the nut flush draw, Lalwani briefly showed .