A short-stacked Alex Bolotin shoved from the cutoff for about 21,000. The player in the big blind called with , leading Bolotin’s . The flop came down to pair Bolotin and he maintained the lead through the turn. However, the landed on the river to end Bolotin’s day. Meanwhile, Adam Levy busted at a nearby table.
Picking up the action after a flop, the player in the big blind checked to Adam Levy who bet 400 from middle position. Levy’s opponent called to see the turn, which both players checked. When the landed on the river, the player in the big blind bet 1,000. Levy raised to 3,500 and after a few moments, Levy’s opponent called.
Levy tabled for a set of threes, his opponent mucked, and Levy collected the pot to increase his stack to about 22,000.