After losing a sizable pot to George Danzer, Yuval Bronshtein completed with a . Danny Ratigan, who brought it in, called.
Ratigan: / /
Bronshtein: / /
The money went in on fourth street, and Bronshtein opened up for a pair of queens. Ratigan had a monster draw with .
"Want to trade hands?" Bronshtein joked.
Bronshtein picked up two pair on fifth, while Ratigan was dealt a meaningless pair of deuces. The was pretty much gin for Ratigan on sixth however, and Bronshtein failed to fill up on sixth. His downcard was a meaningless , eliminating him from the tournament.
Bronshtein's rail gave him a rousing round of applause, and he was all smiles as he exited.