We stumbled upon Table 25 just in time to see a three-way all in. Before we get to that hand, we should tell you that Isaac Baron was left with just 550 after losing to a few hands earlier. Anyway, in this hand, the cards were as follows:
Kastle was also short stacked and in for 700, meaning Jaka had both covered. The flop solidified Kastle's lead, while the and completed the turn. With that, Kastle tripled and Baron opted for a rebuy.
A few hands later, Baron was all in with and up against of his opponent. We're not sure when the money went in, but we do know a nine on the flop cracked Baron's aces. He must have had enough as he declined to rebuy and exited the tournament floor.