In the final moments of Level 20, with the blinds at 5,000-15,000 and a 15,000 big-blind ante, three players put in 30,000 each to see a flop of [Ac][Jh][6c]. Action checked to Gabriel Ramos in the cutoff, and he bet 15,000.
Michael Rosenberg folded the small blind, and Michael Dreese raised to 30,000, and Ramos called all in. They turned over their cards:
Michael Dreese: [As][Jc][2s][2d] (two pair, aces and jacks)
Gabriel Ramos: [Qd][5s][4d][4c] (6-5 low draw)
The turn card paired the board with the [Ah], giving Dreese a full house, aces full of jacks, to lock up the high side of the pot. Ramos needed to make his low draw on the river to stay alive.
The river card was the [4s], giving Ramos a meaningless set of of fours as he was eliminated in fourth place.
Dreese won the pot to take the lead with 340,000, but the final three players are all fairly close in chips.
Michael Dreese – 340,000 (23 bb)
Michael Rosenberg – 305,000 (20 bb)
Adam Walter – 290,000 (19 bb)
Gabriel Ramos – Eliminated in 4th Place ($1,931)