Jack Ellwood raised from under the gun +1 to 24,000, and Thom Werthmann was the lone caller in the big blind. The dealer put out a flop of , and Werthmann check called a bet of 22,000. The turn came the , and Werthmann checked again. Ellwood slid the rest of his stack, an even 100,000, into the middle, and Werthmann snap called him. However, it was determined that Ellwood could only bet 98,000, leaving himself just 2,000 behind. The players tossed the 2,000 in blind, and the river was the .
Werthmann's full house bested Ellwood's two pair, and he was eliminated in 13th.