Andrew Robl moved all in and Justin Young called from the cutoff.
Young had the goods but short-deck odds didn't make him much of a favorite. The improved both players, but Young still needed the board to pair as he was up against a straight. The didn't do it and neither did the .
"That's all right," Young said, cheerfully enough, shipping his 950,000 or so into the middle. "It was still fun."