Ben Lamb booked a last minute flight to be able to play in this tournament but he hasn't gotten great value out of his money. The November Nine finalist and most likely WSOP Player of the Year just ran his open ended straight, back door flush and two pair into a set and a flush draw.
After a little dispute with the dealer about the raise Lamb put out, he cut the chips across the betting line something that's not allowed in most European casinos, he made it 400 from the under the gun position. After getting multiple callers the flopped showed and Lamb bet 1,000. Kevin Iacofano decided to raise to 3,000 and when the action came back to Lamb he put in the remainder of his 11,075 chips. The EPT London finalist snap-called creating a big pot and an important showdown for both players.
The turn was the and the river the giving Iacofano the pot and the knock out.