We heard the cry of all in and call over at David Bach's table, and saw that Bach was using the big stack to his advantage, putting Matthew Goldman at risk preflop. Bach held , and Goldman held .
The ESPN cameras came over to set up, and after about a minute of awaiting the fate of the hand, the flop was dealt . It was about as dry a flop as Goldman could get, picking up just one backdoor draw to the wheel in addition to his overcards. The turn didn't help any, coming the , and the river brought the . Back collected the bounty, and now he is just a shade under 3 million chips.