Josh Kay raised from the button to 575,000 with , and Brian Altman called from the big blind with .
Both players checked to the turn on a board of , Altman checked, Kay bet 300,000, and Altman called.
The river card was the , giving Altman a king-high straight, but Kay clinched the pot with an ace-high straight.
Altman checked, Kay bet 2,000,000, and Altman check-raised to 4,000,000. Kay moved all in, and Altman called all in for about 7,800,000 with his for a king-high straight.
But of course Kay turned over his to win the pot with an ace-high straight, eliminating three-time WPT champion Brian Altman in fourth place.
Brian Altman – Eliminated in 4th Place ($290,000)
Here are the updated chip counts for the final three players:
Seat 1. Chad Eveslage – 13,250,000 (53 bb)
Seat 2. Josh Kay – 19,825,000 (79 bb)
Seat 3. Andrew Wilson – 43,900,000 (176 bb)
And here are the final table payouts:
1st: $785,800 + $10,400 WPT World Championship seat
4th: Brian Altman – $290,000
5th: Gediminas Uselis – $219,000
6th: Robel Andemichael – $167,000
With three players remaining, the average chip stack is about 25,675,000 (103 big blinds), and the next player to be eliminated will earn $390,000.