Wondering over to table 282 we found Sam Stein raking in an absurd amount of chips while Noah Schwartz's chair was vacated.
Speaking to Paul Volpe, he informed of the hand that saw Schwartz eliminated.
Stein opened to 3,000 and found one caller before Noah Schwartz three-bet the button to 13,000. Stein called, as the player in the middle folded before a flop fell. Stein check-called a bet roughly amounting to 17,000 as the landed on the turn.
Stein took the lead by pushing out 50,000 only to have Schwartz move all in for roughly an additional 70,000. Stein made the call to put Schwartz at risk.
Schwartz: (with nut clubs)
With Schwartz trailing, but holding a million outs as the table stated, he would need any ace, six, five, three or club to take the lead.
Although the river did land a club, it was the which gave Stein a full house and the pot as he moved to 326,000 in chips as Schwartz was sent packing.