Hand #62: Gaurav Raina moved all in from the small blind. Eddy Sabat checked his stack carefully and had 865,000 left — just under 11 big blinds. He eventually called and pointed to his rail.
"We need a nine," Sabat said to his rail, and this worked out previously to get him back into contention. However, this time Sabat drew a blank, as the board ran out to let the kicker play. Sabat took home $143,148 for his effort, and the remaining trio has at least $199,718 apiece locked up. Asi Moshe is the only remaining World Series of Poker bracelet winner and holds a big chip lead with three players remaining.