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Rough Start for Busquet

Olivier Busquet is already down to 2,100, and from the looks of the stacks at his table, it appears he sent most of that over to Sam Stein.

Hands #24-27: There's No Stopping Suriano

Hand #24: Davide Suriano raised to 125,000 and Sam Stein called from the big blind. The flop brought out and Stein checked to Suriano who bet 150,000. Stein called and on the turn the popped up.

Scott Davies Eliminated in 4th Place ($111,942)

Sam Stein raised to 60,000 on the button, Scott Davies three-bet shoved for roughly 450,000 from the big blind and Stein called. Stein: Davies: The flop came down , giving Davies the lead with a pair of sevens.

Stein Doubles Up

Scott Davies raised on the button, Sam Stein three-bet to 140,000 in the big blind and Davies called. The flop came down and Stein continued for 100,000. Davies called, the hit the turn and Stein checked.

A Flush For Davies

In a pot that was seemingly going to be a small one we just saw some serious fireworks. The board read when both players checked and on the river, the , Davies checked again.

Stein Gets Some Back

Sam Stein raised from the button to 50,000 and Scott Davies quickly fought back with a three-bet to 150,000. Stein gave it some thought and called after which the flop brought .

Davies Picking up Steam

Sam Stein raised to 50,000 on the button and Scott Davies three-bet to 150,000 from the big blind. Stein called and the flop came down . Davies continued for 200,000, Stein called and the hit the turn.

Lead Change: Davies Takes One Down

Scott Davies raised to 40,000 from the button and Sam Stein called. The flop brought out and Stein check-called another 40,000. The turn brought the and Stein checked again after which Davies bet 80,000.

Stein Takes The Lead

Sam Stein raised to 40,000 from the button and Scott Davies called from the big blind. The flop brought out and Davies check-called a bet of 35,000. The turn brought the and Davies checked again to Stein who bet 85,000 this time around.

Scott Baumstein Eliminated in 5th Place ($54,736)

Sam Stein raised to 50,000 on the button and Scott Baumstein three-bet shoved from the big blind for about 680,000. Stein called immediately.

Baumstein Runs into Stein's Kings

Scott Baumstein raised to 40,000 and Sam Stein three-bet to 95,000 from the button. Baumstein slid forward a big stack of 25,000 chips and Stein called all in for 612,000 total. Stein immediately tabled and Baumstein shook his head.

Stein Takes Some Back

Scott Baumstein raised to 25,000 and Sam Stein three-bet to 66,000. Baumstein tanked for a bit and called. The flop brought out and Stein bet 51,000, Baumstein called. On the turn the hit and both players checked.

Baumstein Calls Stein With King High

Sam Stein raised to 20,000 on the button and Scott Baumstein three-bet to 48,000 from the big blind. Stein called, the flop fell and Baumstein continued for 43,000. Stein called to see the turn which both players checked.

Baumstein Takes The Lead

The flop showed when Scott Baumstein check-called 22,000. On the turn the hit and Baumstein lead out for 31,000, Sam Stein called. On the river the popped up and Baumstein bet another 69,000, to which Stein quickly folded.

Max Silver Eliminated in 12th Place ($26,584)

Sam Stein raised to 19,000 on the button, Max Silver called from the big blind, and the flop fell . Silver checked, Stein bet 19,000, Silver check-raised to 48,000, and Stein reraised to 116,000.

Sam Stein Defeats Sam Trickett

We found Sam Trickett facing an all-in shove from Sam Stein on a board of . He counted out his stack as he muttered to himself: 61,000. "You have king-deuce right?" he asked Stein.

Sam Stein Defeats Bryn Kenney

Bryn Kenney was all in and at risk for about 90,000 with against Sam Stein's . The board ran out ace high, giving Stein a pair of aces to eliminate Kenney.

Sam Stein Eliminated in 14th Place ($27,013)

From the cutoff seat, Sam Stein raised all in for a little over 200,000. Ardit Kurshumi reraised all in from the small blind to isolate. Stein had the , and Kurshumi had the . The board ran out , and Stein was eliminated.

Arieh's Turn to Double

Josh Arieh raised to 21,000, Sam Stein reraised all in, and Arieh called to put himself at risk for his last 217,000. Arieh had against Stein's . The board came , and Arieh doubled up.

Raghavan Out in 19th

From the hijack seat, Dan Smith raised to 20,000. Sam Stein reraised all in from the small blind for 183,000, and Ravi Raghavan called from the big blind. Smith folded, leaving Raghavan and Stein to do battle.

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