After losing a few pots and dropping down to near 200K, Brandon Cantu opened for 12,000 from the button only to have Phil Hellmuth, who he battled against at the Event #7: $1,500 Razz final table earlier in the week, three-bet to 25,000 from the big blind.
Cantu responded by four-betting all in and Hellmuth snap-called.
Cantu had picked the wrong time to shove as the "Poker Brat" had the best hand in poker. Cantu, who began the day as a big chip leader, wouldn't get so much as a sweat as the board ran out . Ship the pot to Hellmuth, who it should be noted is notching his 102nd WSOP cash in this event.