From the button, Foster Hays raised to 320,000 and Casey Kelton called from the big blind. The flop came down and Kelton fired 500,000 to win the pot.
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From the button, Foster Hays raised to 300,000. Casey Kelton reraised to 1.2 million from the big blind and won the pot.
Two hands later, Hays raised to 300,000 from the button and Kelton called to see the flop. Both players checked and the turn was the . Kelton fired 300,000 and took it down.
From the small blind, Foster Hays raised to 300,000. Jeffrey Lavelle called from the big blind and the flop came down . Hays fired out 415,000 and Lavelle called.
The turn was the and Hays bet 1.05 million. Lavelle raised all in and Hays snap-called with the . Lavelle held the .
The river completed the board with the and Lavelle was eliminated in third place.
Foster Hays raised to 300,000 from under the gun and Jeffrey Lavelle folded from the button before Casey Kelton called from the small blind. Allan Le then moved all-in for 780,000 from the big blind and both Hays and Kelton called before going heads-up into the sidepot on a flop of .
Hays and Kelton checked after the flop, but then Hays fired out 1,000,000 on the turn of the . Lavelle quickly folded.
Needing any ace or four, the river was the and Le bowed out in fourth place, good for $233,043.
Foster Hays raised to 300,000 from under the gun and the action folded around to Jeffrey Lavelle who called from the button. Casey Kelton and Allan Le folded from the small and big blinds respectively before Hays led out for 500,000 after the flop of . Lavelle kicked his hand into the muck and Hays picked up the pot.
Though there may not be that much action at this final table right now, we've still got a decent crowd watching on and Lavelle's supporters are more vocal than ever. With every pot he takes down, the cries of "J-E-F-F, Jeff, Jeff, Jeff!**" go up from either side of the rail.
**Apologies to Fireman Ed and the New York Jets!
The biggest pot of the tournament just played out at this final table, but incredibly, we're still four-handed!
Allan Le open-shoved for 975,000 from under the gun and both Foster Hays and Jeffrey Lavelle snap-called from the button and small blind respectively. Casey Kelton looked up from his cards aghast, and for the first time in two days of action at this final table, he finally spoke.
"I'm gonna let you guys have this one," Kelton said, as he tossed his hand into the muck.
Once the dealer had completed cutting down the stacks, he spread the flop of , which both Lavelle and Hays checked before doing the same on the turn of the .
The crowd started buzzing when the appeared on the river, as if something big was about to happen. It did. Hays open-shoved and Lavelle insta-called ...
... but it turned out to be a massive anti-climax, much to the crowd's disappointment.
That's probably the biggest three-way chopped pot we've witnessed at the WSOP this year!
From the Final table at the ESPN secondary stage.