The run of Clint Tolbert in his second World Series of Poker cash ever has ended. David Peters was the one that finished him off in a big preflop flip.
From the hijack seat, Peters raised to 12,000. Tolbert three-bet to 26,000 from the cutoff seat and action folded back to Peters. He reraised all in and Tolbert made the call.
The flop was and Peters hit a king to take the lead. The turn and river provided no help for Tolbert from there and he lost the pot. At final count of the chips, Peters had 154,000 and Tolbert 133,500, which meant Tolbert was eliminated. His second all-time WSOP cash pocketed him $7,520.