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Houston Resident Michael Dyer Out At World Series Of Poker

The 32-year-old was eliminated Saturday, the third day of play at the final table

Michael Dyer competes at the final table during the World Series of Poker main event Friday, July 13, 2018, in Las Vegas.

Houston resident Michael Dyer has gone out in third place at the no-limit Texas Hold ’em main event of the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas.

The 32-year-old was eliminated Saturday, the third day of play at the final table. He takes home $3.75 million.

Dyer opened the day with 26.2 million chips and put his last 22.2 million on the line on ace of hearts and 10 of diamonds. But Tony Miles had the strongest hand.

Miles increased his chip count to 203.5 million with his ace of spades and jack of hearts.

The community cards laid out on the table were three of diamonds, five of spades, queen of clubs, jack of clubs and queen of hearts.

Miles and John Cynn are competing for the grand prize of $8.8 million.

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