Hand #59 Ian Steinman raised to 110,000 from the hijack, and Brandon Ageloff three-bet to 300,000 on the button. Action was back on Steinman, and he four-bet to 850,000. Ageloff moved all in for 2,500,000, and Steinman called for his remaining 1,900,000.
Steinman was at risk with , up against Ageloff's .
The flop came , and Ageloff flopped quads to leave Steinman drawing to running aces. The turn was the , and Steinman was drawing dead to the on the river.
The 2016 WSOP.com Player of the Year was eliminated in seventh place, good for $48,276.