Bill Kohler had the bring-in with the , and all remaining players called. "Family pot," glossed Kohler.
The family pot was reduced to just a heads-up pot on fourth street when Hal Rotholz bet. Tim Finne had open fours and called, while Kohler and Ernest Bohn folded.
Finne led out on fifth, earning a call. He led out again on sixth after double-pairing his board with another king. Rotholz announced a call, thinking it was for all of Finne's remaining chips. Finne had 5,000 more behind, though, and they went in on seventh.
Tim Finne: /
Hal Rozholz: /
Rotholz made an eight-high straight with his river card, sending Finne to the rail in fourth place for $52,272.