Matthew Honig raised it up to 1,400 from under the gun, and the player in the cutoff raised all in for his last 8,750. It folded back around to Honig, and he elected to make the call.
Honig was in rough shape, and it went from bad to worse when the flop came . Honig could only hope for runner runner to win, but the on the turn ended things. The on the river was a bit of a needle for Honig, who dropped to 25,350 after that hand.