Hand #133: Steven Wolansky shoved for 3,650,000 from the button and Phil Hellmuth snap-called.
Wolansky got up to stand with his rail. "Sitting down didn't work so I'll stand with my rail, maybe that's better." Wolansky commented.
The flop came with the in the window but was filled with the too. Wolansky hit a pair of nines but Hellmuth hit a set of treys.
Hellmuth's rail cheered loudly. Wolansky was asking for a four to keep a straight draw alive.
The turn brought them the , which meant that Wolansky was drawing dead.
The on the river was just a formality as Hellmuth won his 15th WSOP bracelet and Wolansky was eliminated as the runner-up.
A full recap of today's action is to follow.