$3,500 WPT Showdown Championship
Level 33: 100,000/200,000 with a 25,000 ante
Players Remaining: 3 of 1,207
Dan Colman went from chip leader to our fourth place finisher in two consecutive hands.
The first saw him raise to 425,000 from the button and Tony Sinishtaj called in the big blind to the flop. Sinishtaj bet 550,000, Colman raised to 1,500,000 and Sinishtaj moved all-in over the top for 8,275,000.
Colman agonized over the decision; standing up, sitting down, shuffling chips, and talking it out. He eventually called with a slightly bigger stack.
Colman was ahead with the aces against Sinishtaj’s top pair/backdoor flush draw. The turn gave Sinishtaj more outs and the flush completed on the river for the chip leading double up.
The tough beat knocked Colman down to 525,000 and they were all-in on the next hand. Darryll Fish and Tony Sinishtaj checked down the board and Fish took the pot with against Colman’s .
A tough ending for the WSOP Big One for One Drop winner.
Tony Sinishtaj – 17,425,000 (87 bb)
Darryll Fish – 10,425,000 (52 bb)
Robert Mizrachi – 8,350,000 (42 bb)
Dan Colman – Eliminated in 4th place ($217,686)