Nic Petree raised to 120,000 and Kyle Kinder three-bet on the button to 410,000. Petree went into the tank for almost a full minute before announcing himself all in. Kinder snap-called, asking, "Ace-King?"
"That's good," Petree answered.
"Better get an eight up there," Petree muttered.
The board ran out , and Kinder's king kicker was good for the 3,000,000-chip pot.
Petree exits the tournament in 3rd place and will take home $17,577 plus a seat in the Poker After Dark freeroll at the end of the season.