Hyun Lee has eliminated Perry Stone in 6th place. We are down to the final five players in the $350 Mini Series at Ameristar St. Charles.
Perry Stone open-shoved for 215k from early position. After a few folds, Hyun Lee pushed all in over the top from the small blind. Josh Oswald folded his big blind. Stone showed king-nine. Lee flipped pocket eights and we were off to the races. The board came 7d5d7h Qd 3d. Stone did not have a diamond. Lee's 8d played and he won the pot with a flush. Stone was sent to the rail in 6th place with $4,805.
Level - 25
Blinds - 25,000/50,000 - Big Blind Ante 50,000
Players Remaining - 5
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