Well then. After playing six handed for the last two hours, we have now lost two players in as many hands. Right after Mark Darner was eliminated, Matros raised to 52,000 under the gun. It folded to Robert Muzzatti in the big blind, and he three bet to 200,000. It got back to Matros, and in what was a carbon copy of the hand before, he four bet shoved, and was called by his opponent. The cards were flipped, and it was a classic race.
Muzzatti didn't pair the flop, but it did come giving him a flush draw. Muzzatti hit his hand on the felt a few times, clearly happy with the new outs he received. The hit the turn, and Matros looked at his rail, and motioned "one more". If he could dodge an ace, king, or spade, he would take another big pot. The hit the river, and Matros collected the bounty.
Muzzatti will take home over $80,000 for his efforts, while Matros holds almost half the chips in play as we enter four handed.