The action folded to Corey Burbick on the button, and he open-shoved his last 350,000 or so. The small blind released, and Lee Goldman snap-called from the big.
The flop gave Burbick a set of sixes, and Goldman needed running diamonds to win the hand. The turn was the case six however, giving Burbick quads, and the chips were already being exchanged before the meaningless river card hit the felt. Burbick doubled to over 700,000 chips, while Goldman slipped to around 1.3 million.