|Blinds||50,000 / 100,000|
Dung Nguyen was on the button when he raised it up to 150,000. Theo Tran called in the small blind and it was on Bahman Jahanguiri in the big blind. He three-bet to 585,000. Nguyen got out of the way and Tran studied his opponent.
"As, that's such a good spot for you," Theo Tran said as he continued contemplating his decision. Eventually he decided to let it go, sending the pot to Jahanguiri.
Theo Tran and Bahman Jahanguiri took to a flop in a limped pot. Tran check-called a bet of 125,000 here and then check-folded on the turn () when Jahanguiri bet 225,000.
Theo Tran was on the button and raised it up to 135,000. Dung Nguyen was in the big blind and made the call. The flop would see Nguyen check and Tran would bet 60,000. Nguyen made the call and the hit the turn. Both players checked here and the completed the boar on the river. Again both players checked and Nguyen tabled his , enough to send Tran's cards into the muck.
When Dung Nguyen folded the button, Theo Tran would raise it up to 155,000. Bahman Jahanguiri then called in the big blind. A flop was spread on the felt and Tran would fire away with a bet of 300,000. That was too much for Jahanguiri as he let his hand go.
Dung Nguyen and Theo Tran took to a in a limped pot. Nguyen check-called a bet of 60,000 here and then both players checked the turn. The on the river would see Nguyen again check and then fold when Tran fired out a bet.
When the action folded to Blair Hinkle in the small blind, he shoved his short stack all in and Bahman Jahanguiri made the call in the big blind.
Hinkle's was not in the worst shape against Jahanguiri's , but when the board ran out , Hinkle would be sent home in fourth place.
With that, Hinkle takes homes $192,734 and will have to search for his second World Series of Poker gold bracelet in another event.
Another player has doubled their stack here at the final table, with Bahman Jahanguiri making sure that Blair Hinkle's stack is now very short.
Folded to Hinkle on the button, he shoved all in. Jahanguiri made the call, with his opponent having him covered. With the big blind out of the way, the two players turned their hands over.
The board brought Hinkle no help and he was left crippled, while Jahanguiri took the double.
When Bahman Jahanguiri opened the button to 150,000, Theo Tran would three-bet all in from the big blind. Jahanguiri went with a call and found out his was in good shape against the all-in Theo Tran who held .
The flop slammed onto the felt and when the turn and the river changed nothing, Tran had managed to catch his nine to stay alive and thrive. With that, Jahanguiri is now our short stack.