Hand #59: Josh Arieh opened to 27,000 and Dimitar Danchev three-bet to 67,000. Arieh released his hand and Danchev was pushed the pot.
Hand #60: Jon Lane opened the button to 31,000 and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #61: Alex Bolotin raised to 25,000 and both Josh Arieh and Dimitar Danchev called from the blinds as the flop fell and was checked round.
The turn landed the and Arieh led for 45,000 to prompt a fold from Danchev before Bolotin moved all in to put Arieh at risk for his remaining 365,000. After about two minutes in the tank, Arieh made the call for his tournament life.
With Arieh needing to improve to a full house, the river landed the to send the two-time WSOP bracelet winner to the rail in 4th place for a $72,846 payday as Bolotin moves to roughly 2.2 million in chips.