From the cutoff seat, Patrick Cronin opened to 32,000. Daniel Weinman was getting short on chips, and he three-bet to 120,000 from the small blind. Cronin shoved, and Weinman only had 47,000 left in front of him. All in.
The flop paired both players but changed nothing, and the was a blank as well. Not so with the river. The dropped off the deck, and Cronin let out a little sigh of disgust. The three-outer costs him nearly half his own stack, and Weinman has found a lucky double to claw back above the chip average.