Max Pescatori three-bet shoved for about 25,000 after Owais Ahmed opened the pot. Ahmed called, and we were off to the races.
The flop came down , giving Ahmed a set of queens, and leaving Pescatori with four outs to a straight. He made that straight when the spiked on the turn, giving him Broadway, and the bricked on the river.
Pescatori doubled, while Ahmed lost bout a third of his stack.
Brown led the betting on fourth, and Player 3 called. Pescatori raised, and both opponent's put in the extra bet. Player 3 made a comment about not wanting to be strung along in Razz, but he came along the rest of the way, anyhow. On fifth street, Pescatori bet to put himself all in for 3,400, and both opponents called. On seventh, Brown squeezed his card and bet, and Player 3 finally ducked out.
Brown announced his seven, showing () / . It was no good as Pescatori tabled () / for the eighty-five. That's good for a big pot to Pescatori, and he moves all the way back to 61,000 thanks to that. Brown is left with just 7,000 lonely chips now.
We picked up the action on the flop as Eric Froehlich was leading out for 3,700. He was up against Bruno Benveniste, and he considered for a moment before announcing an all in. Froehlich made the call for his last 23,600 chips, and he was the one at risk as the cards were turned up.
Froehlich was open-ended, and the turn was a blank. The river , though, was a fine card for E-Fro. A pair of jacks beats a pair of tens in this game, and Froehlich has doubled back over 50,000.