The action began with Peter Gould raising to 8,200 from the cutoff. Chino Rheem three-bet to 25,000 from the small blind and Gould replied by four-betting all in for around 45,000. Rheem made the call.
Rheem drew three cards and Gould took only one. Gould flipped over . Rheem turned over the for the two cards that he kept, then proceeded to flip his drawn cards one at a time.
First Rheem turned over a , followed by a . The only way that Rheem could eliminate Gould at this point would be to flip over a three or a four for his last card, as they both shared the jack-seven low. Unfortunately for Gould, Rheem peeked at his card and then slammed it on the table, showing the and sending Gould to the rail.
Chino Rheem is now sitting with around 195,000 in chips.