Galen Hall opened the pot with a raise, and Bill Perkins called right next door. One more seat over, Chance Kornuth squeezed in a three-bet to 15,000 total, and now only Perkins came along to see a heads-up flop.
It came , and Perkins check-raised Kornuth's continuation bet. Kornuth called the raise, and Perkins shoved in for more than 100,000 after the turn. The two men were pretty close in chips, but Koruth had the slightly covering stack, and he made the call to put Perkins at risk.
Perkins was on the draw with his diamonds, and Kornuth needed to fade the nine outs once to earn the knockout.
Black cards are always nice when you're fading diamonds, and that river locked up the pot for Kornuth. Out of chips, Perkins has rummaged through his wallet and found another $98,500. He's currently re-entering, but his seat has been taken by another player in the meantime, so he'll have a new home once he returns.