We we arrived at Table 369, we saw that Julio Diaz was all in, Daniel Ryan had called, and then Noah Bronstein re-raised all in from the big blind. Ryan was in the tank for the better part of two minutes, but eventually called.
Ryan had both players well-covered, and the flop gave him a straight flush draw. The turn was a black seven, and even though the didn't give Ryan said straight flush, it gave him a commanding lead in the hand.
The river was another seven - the - and Ryan completed the double knockout. His two opponents hit the rail, while Ryan is up to 300,000 chips.