Noah Schwartz was under the gun and opened to 23,000. Action trickled all of the way around to Nick Schulman in the big blind. The two-time WSOP bracelet winner cut out a three-bet to 63,000. Schwartz announced an all in four-bet over the top for 255,000 and Schulman quickly called.
The flop rolled out , giving Schulman top two pair but keeping Schwartz in the lead with a set of cowboys. The came on fourth street, leaving Schulman hunting for an ace on the river. The spirit of Barry Greenstein was not in the room, however, as the river brought the . Schwartz scored the double and now sits on about 520,000. Schulman, on the other hand, was left with 82,000.