We got to the table on the flop, on a board reading . A player in middle position checked to Victor Kim in the cutoff who bet 4,600. His opponent called.
The turn was the and the middle-position player shoved all in for about 30,000. Kim snap-called, tabling for a set of threes. His opponent tabled for a pair of tens and a flush draw. The river was the and Kim locked up the pot, sending his opponent to the rail on the money bubble.
All remaining 98 players are now in the money in the first event of the 2017 World Series of Poker, guaranteed a payout of $834.