Robert Wachtel and Michael P. Daud put in 27,000 each to see a flop of . Daud checked, Wachtel bet the pot, and Daud re-potted it to 180,000. Wachtel called, thinking he was all in, but he actually had a single 1K chip left in his stack.
The turn card was the , and they got it all in for Wachtel’s last 1,000.
Michael P. Daud: (two pair, aces and sixes, 8-6 low draw)
Robert Wachtel: (pair of aces)
The river card paired the board with the , and Daud won the pot with a full house, sixes full of aces, to eliminate Wachtel in fourth place.
Michael P. Daud – 422,000 (35 bb)
Robert Wachtel – Eliminated in 4th Place ($3,095)
With three players remaining, the average chip stack is about 408,000 (34 big blinds), and the next player to bust will receive $4,395.