Bassil Karam raised to 5,000 in the cutoff, Ariel Celestino reraised to 14,000 on his direct left, and Raymond Dandrea moved all in for 30,900 out of the small blind. Karam quickly folded and Celestino let out a long sigh.
"If it's under forty I have to call," he said, leaning back in his chair. "How much is it?"
The dealer confirmed the amount, and Celestino called.
The flop fell , changing very little, but the on the turn gave Celestino an additional four outs to make a wheel.
"Three," the Brazilian requested.
The dealer obliged, revealing the on the river, and Celestino completed his straight draw. Dandrea was eliminated.
While Dandrea was getting up from the table, Dan O'Brien and Josh Brikis were busted from adjacent tables with unknown action.