David Peters raised from the cutoff to 28,000, putting out one blue 25K chip and three orange-and-black 1K chips. But Krishna Lawrence misread the bet, thinking the three chips were beige-and-gray 5K chips, and put out 40,000. Since it was more than halfway to a raise, he was forced to make a min-raise to 44,000.
Peters thought for a bit before he moved all in, and Lawrence paused for a moment or two before he called all in for about 275,000 with .
But Peters turned over , and Lawrence was dominated as he faced elimination.
The flop came , and Krishna paired his ten to take the lead, but Peters picked up a club flush draw.
The turn card was the , clinching the pot for Peters with an ace-high flush. The meaningless river card was the , and Peters won the pot to eliminate Lawrence in fifth place.
David Peters – 855,000 (71 bb)
Krishna Lawrence – Eliminated in 5th Place ($97,000)
With four players remaining from a field of 25, the average chip stack is about 781,000 (65 big blinds), and the remaining players are guaranteed at least $133,375.