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Randall Emmett opened the cutoff to 4,500 and Alan Schein called on the button, as did Alex Foxen from the big blind.
The flop landed [JsTs8c] and Foxen checked to Emmett who continued for 12,000. Schein called, and Foxen folded as the [6c] fell on the turn.
Emmett bet 35,000 and Schein
Catching the action on the river, the last of Randall Emmett's chips were in the middle of the pot on a final board reading [4c5c7c4dKc].
Emmett held [4h2h] for trips, but unfortunately for him, he would be against Sam Soverel's [6c6d] for a flush, and was consequently eliminated.
On a final board reading [5h3dAsQh2c] with around 35,000 in the middle, Randall Emmett bet out 25,000 from the small blind.
Nick Petrangelo used a time extension bank, and before his additional minute was about to expire, he folded.