There was a three-way all-in situation with Howard Mash all in from UTG/cutoff for 34,000, Scott Baumstein all in from the small blind for 105,000, and Jesse Lonis covering them both on the button.
Jesse Lonis: [KcJd]
Scott Baumstein: [AhKs]
Howard Mash: [JsJh]
The board came , and Mash won the main pot with his pocket jacks, while Baumstein won a slightly larger side pot with his ace high against Lonis.
Howard Mash – 112,000 (19 bb)
Scott Baumstein – 142,000 (24 bb)
Jesse Lonis – 500,000 (83 bb)
A little while later, Lonis moved all in from the small blind, and Scott Baumstein tanked for a while before he called all in from the big blind for about 90,000 with .
Lonis turned over , and Baumstein needed his hand to hold to stay alive.
The board came , and the board double-paired to counterfeit Baumstein’s pocket fours. Lonis won the pot with the two pair on the board and his ace kicker to eliminate Baumstein in fourth place.
Jesse Lonis – 375,000 (63 bb)
Scott Baumstein – Eliminated in 4th Place ($2,670)
With three players remaining, the average chip stack is about 470,000 (78 big blinds), and the next player to bust will receive $3,875.