With a raise in front of him, Salman Behbehani shoved his last ~40,000 into the pot from middle position. Eric Baudry was on the button, and after some time, he re-shoved over the top for about 100,000, maybe a tick less. That folded the initial raiser, and Behbehani let out a sigh as he figured his ace-jack was in bad shape. He was wrong.
Oh! Ace-jack suddenly looked pretty good, but it didn't last long. The first three cards came , flopping Baudry the joint and leaving Behbehani dead to runner-runner or a chop. The turn was a blank, as was the river, and that's the end of the road for another player.
We're down to 20 now, and Baudry is doing rather well with about 148,000 chips.