We found Robert Matos all in preflop for just under 700,000 and at risk against Bryan Devonshire who had him covered by around 150,000.
Devonshire was dominated and there was a good chance he would lose a majority of his stack to double up Matos. With the ESPN cameras rolling, the flop came down and another player at the table said, “Three?” which would give the players a chop. The on the turn stormed Devonshire into the lead and now Matos would need a king to double up or a three to survive and chop. The river was the though and Matos was eliminated but was in good spirits and said, “It’s been a pleasure, good luck” and shook the hand of each and every one of his opponents as he made his exit.