A player we don't recognize raised to open the pot, and Matt Giannetti three-bet shoved for another 9,000 on top. He didn't have enough chips to get to fold, and that would end up being a problem for his .
One by one, the dealer placed the board cards on the felt, starting with the right away. The board read in the end, and Giannetti was already packed up and ready to roll when the final card hit the board.
He'll have a couple more chances to snag a bracelet on this trip, followed by the biggest final table of his life at the November Nine in Las Vegas.