Stewart Yancik completed and Brandon Guss called. Fourth street was dealt and Guss would get the last of his chips in. The hands were flipped over and here is how it shaped up:
Guss was in the lead with his pair of nines and would never trail as he would end up making a full house when his hand ran out . He doubled up to 90,000 in chips while Yancik slipped just below the 300,000 chip mark.