$1,000 No-Limit Hold'em Rebuys

Baron Busted

• Level 3: 75-150, 0 ante

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 {A-}{Q-} to {2-}{2-} a few hands earlier. Anyway, in this hand, the cards were as follows:

Faraz: {9-Diamonds}{7-Clubs}
Kastle: {A-Diamonds}{Q-Clubs}
Baron: {6-Diamonds}{3-Clubs}

Kastle was also short stacked and in for 700, meaning Jaka had both covered. The {8-Clubs}{7-Hearts}{A-Hearts} flop solidified Kastle's lead, while the {J-Spades} and {Q-Diamonds} completed the turn. With that, Kastle tripled and Baron opted for a rebuy.

A few hands later, Baron was all in with {A-}{A-} and up against {9-}{9-} 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.

Tags: Casey KastleFaraz JakaIsaac Baron