The action went four way to the flop, with Scott Veitzer all-in for 135,000 chips.
On the flop, Pearce Arnold checked, as did Scott Baumstein, but Carl Lijewski fired one out. Both Arnold and Baumstein called.
On the turn, the action went the same way, except Baumstein bowed out.
The river saw Lijewski fire one last time. Arnold had seen enough and mucked his hand. Lijewski tabled the scoop and Veitzer headed to the payout desk to claim his 14th place prize.