Lori Kirgan raised from early position and was met with a three-bet from Bruce Rosen in the small blind. Kirgan made the call and then fired out a bet when Rosen, who only had 45,000 remaining, checked the flop. Rosen thought for a minute but opted to conserve his chips and folded.
A few hands later, Rosen raised from early position and was three-bet by Donald Auger. Rosen four-bet to 40,000, leaving himself just 5,000 behind, and Auger called. A bet in the dark saw Rosen call off his last 5,000 on the flop and the cards were turned up.
Auger had paired his queen to take the lead, which he would not relinquish as the appeared on the turn followed by the on the river. With that, Rosen collected his things and exited the tournament area in 13th place.