Sung Joo Hyun raised to 325,000 from under the gun and Sergi Reixach made the call from the button. Brady Osterman three-bet shoved from the big blind with the biggest stack at the table after glancing at his opponents' stacks. Hyun looked at his cards once more before pushing them over the line for the muck but Reixach made the call for the 3,010,000 he had behind.
The flop came for Reixach to stay ahead but the turn was the for Osterman to pick up the open-ended straight draw to bust Reixach.
Luckily for the Spaniard, the river completed the board with the for him to secure the double-up.
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