Action folded around to Alan Schein in the cutoff and he decided to limp in. Adrian Mateos raised to 65,000 on the button. Rasmus Glaesel was in the small blind and put in a three-bet to 135,000. Scein quickly called and Mateos folded.
The flop came . Glaesel led out for 140,000 and Schein wasted no time and threw in some chips, indicating a call.
The turn was the . Glaesel thought for a moment moved all in for 449,000. Schein snap-called, basically beating Glaesel into the pot.
Glaesel stood up from his chair and had a shocked look on his face after the snap call. Schein held two over cards, a flush draw and a straight draw for a chance to take down the pot.
The river was the and Glaesel, along with his rail, erupted with excitement. Schein was left with less than ten big blinds going into the last level of the day.