Paul Sokoloff's last hand of the tournament began when Thomas Conway opened up the pot to 40,000. Sokoloff then three-bet shoved on the button and it was on David Forster in the small blind. He made the call and the action was sent back around to Conway.
Around one minute passed as Conway decided what to do. Eventually Forster called the clock on Conway and he was given 60 more seconds to act. Conway opted to fold and Sokoloff tabled his , well behind the of Forster. At this point, Conway told the table he folded ace-king.
Sokoloff would need some help to survive and it was help that would never come as the board saw Forster's hand hold up to send Sokoloff home in 14th place. A great effort as Sokoloff adds this result to his third-place finish in Event 32: $10,000 H.O.R.S.E from just a few days ago.