Aaron Jones moved all in from the button and it folded to Nick Schulman in the big blind who called for his tournament life for about 180,000. Jones tabled and was off to the races with Schulman's .
The flop came down , giving Jones a set of treys and a death grip on the hand. The hit the turn, giving Schulman outs to make a wheel on the river. Ultimately, nothing materialized for the two-time WSOP bracelet winner as the completed the board and gave Jones a winning full house.
Jones now has about 570,000 in chips while Schulman was sent to the rail in 13th place. Schulman's elimination prompted a full redraw for the final three tables. A seating chart will be made available momentarily.