Lyle Berman raised and was called by Matthew Schreiber from the big blind. Schreiber took two, and Berman took one. Schreiber checked to Berman. Berman bet, and Schreiber called.
Both players took one on the second draw. This time, Schriber bet, and Berman called. Before any draws happened, Schreiber saw that Berman only had 1,000 left. He bet before any action or the third draw had happened. Berman looked at his hand and drew one. Schreiber stood pat again.
Now, facing an all-in bet, Berman had to decide whether or not to call. He looked at his hand, showed , then mucked, leaving himself with just 1,000. He was elminated the next hand by James Kwon when Kwon made a jack-low Badugi.