George Clyde-Smith raised to 80,000 from under the gun, and Dimitar Danchev called from the button. The dealer put out the flop, and Clyde-Smith bet 120,000. Danchev raised to 280,000, then Clyde-Smith moved all in for around 900,000. Danchev called.
Danchev held the , and Clyde-Smith had the . On the turn, the landed, which left Clyde-Smith needing a queen or a club on the river to stay alive.
It wouldn't be, as the hit the felt on fifth street, pairing the board and eliminating Clyde-Smith from the tournament in 11th place. He earned $95,000 for his finish.