As reported by tournament floor staff Alex Foxen was all-in holding [9x9x], and Nick Petrangelo had called holding [KxJx]. A king landed on the river, and Foxen was eliminated in fourth place to burst the Event #8 money bubble.
Action folded to Stephen Chidwick in the small blind, and he completed. Alex Foxen was in the big blind and checked. The dealer spread the [Qc7d4c], and Chidwick bet 15,000. Foxen raised to 45,000, and Chidwick called. The turn [Ts] hit the felt, and Chidwick checked. Foxen bet 105,000, and
Action folded to Stephen Chidwick in the small blind, and he moved all-in for 129,000 effective. Alex Foxen called all-in from the big blind. Chidwick: [Td7d] Foxen: [KhQh] The board ran out [Qd9d5sTsQc], and Foxen flopped a pair and rivered trips to double.
Alex Foxen opened to 12,000 from the cutoff and Jake Schindler three-bet to 54,000 from the small blind. Foxen called. The flop fell [Ah7c4c], and Schindler continued for 30,000. Foxen called. The dealer burned and turned the [Jc], and Schindler checked. Foxen bet 55,000, and Schindler called. The river [8d]
With the board reading [6h4c3h5s] and approximately 80,000 in the middle, Sam Soverel bet 23,000. Alex Foxen was the only other player in the hand and called. The river [9d] completed the board, and Soverel checked. Foxen used a time extension and moved all-in for 141,000 effective, covering Soverel. Soverel
Alex Foxen opened to 4,500 on the button and David Peters three-bet to 27,000 from the big blind. The flop fell [8d6h3c] and Peters continued for 28,000. Foxen called. The dealer burned and turned the [8c] and Peters checked. Foxen bet 35,000, and Peters mucked.