Action folded around to Greg Brask, and he moved all in for his last 200,000. The next player to act, Eric Varela, made the call, and it got to Ronnie Fante. He shoved all in for less then Brask, and the blinds got out of the way. The cards were flipped, and Fante was in great shape.
Fante was well out in front, but everything changed when the dealer fanned out a flop. Yup, that's the nuts for Brask. He would only lose if one of his opponents made runner runner, but the on the turn sealed the hand. The meaningless river was the , and Brask secured the near triple up, while Fante was sent packing.
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