Hand #107: Joe Cada raised to 125,000 on the button, Jeremy Ausmus three-bet to 375,000, and Cada four-bet to 950,000. Ausmus moved all in for effectively 3.685 million, and Cada quickly called.
The two were racing for 93% of the chips in play, and the 2009 WSOP Main Event champ remained ahead on a flop of . The turn was the , the ultimate sweat card, and the Mothership burst into a chorus of "ooooh's" and "aaaaah's."
Ausmus could lock up his second bracelet with an ace, jack, king, or diamond on the river, but it was not to be as the completed the board.
Cada doubled to 7.38 million chips, while Ausmus only has 550,000.