Eddy Sabat opened to 48,000 from the cutoff and it folded around to Darren Elias in the small blind. Elias three-bet to 132,000 and action came back to Sabat.
"I'll go all in," said Sabat.
Elias snapped him off and tabled which was racing with Sabat's .
The flop brought no help for Sabat as it fell . The rolled off on fourth street meaning Sabat needed an ace or a king on the river to stay alive. The river was the and he was forced to settle with a 17th place finish. Sabat has made the top 40 in this event three years in a row and this 17th place is his best finish here. He'll collect $56,000 for his winnings.