Max Lehmanski raised to 40,000 out of the cutoff, David "Bakes" Baker three-bet to 112,000 on the button, both blinds released, and the action was back on Lehmanski. The German thought for bit then four-bet to 210,000. Baker moved all in for around 900,000, and Lehmanski called.
The dealer spread , leaving Baker drawing dead, and the turn and river came , respectively.
"Payouts!" Baker yelled, smiling.
He's out in 15th place, while Lehmanski now has over three million chips.
Keith Lehr opened to 38,000 from under the gun, Igor Kurganov three-bet to 83,000 in the cutoff, and Jeff Gross cold four-bet shoved for 363,000 out of the small blind. Lehr called all-in for less, and Kurganov folded.
Lehr's hand held up as the board came , and he doubled to 739,000 chips. Gross is now short with 48,000.
Phil Galfond raised to 35,000 from under the gun, Dani Stern called on the button, and Keith Lehr squeezed, three-betting to 145,000 out of the small blind. Galfond folded, and Stern moved all in for effectively 710,000.
Lehr tanked for nearly four minutes, then folded face up.
Max Lehmanski opened to 35,000 from the cutoff seat, Steve Sung three-bet to 100,000 out of the big blind, and Lehmanski responded with a four-bet to 237,000. Sung thought for a bit then moved all in for 966,000, and Lehmanski snap-called, having Sung dominated.