Byron Kaverman raised to 80,000 from the hijack seat, and Martin Jacobson made it 165,000 from the cutoff. Kaverman decided a shove was in order, and he put his last ~900,000 chips across the line. Jacobson couldn't have called any faster, and that was likely not good news for Kaverman's . Indeed, the Swede tabled , and he was five cards from the knockout.
The first four cards off were , and Kaverman had six outs to try and make the winning set or straight. The river was a board pair, though, and the was the last card of his day. Kaverman is out in 18th place.