From middle position, Zachary Hirst raised to 60,000. Michael Aron called from the next seat, Pakinai Lisawad called in the hijack seat, and then Kane Kalas closed the preflop action with a call from the big blind.
That led the four players to a flop, and Kalas checked. Hirst bet 160,000, and Aron folded. Lisawad raised all in for around 390,000, and Kalas got out of the way. Hirst quickly called and rolled over the for a big combo draw. Lisawad had flopped the goods with the , but would have to dodge some outs if he was to stay alive.
The turn was the to deliver the final blow to Lisawad straight away. The river completed the board with the , and it was Hirst's flush that busted Lisawad from the tournament.
"Good playing, man," said Steven Bennett to Lisawad after he was eliminated.
"It wasn't that good," responded Lisawad.
"Hey, you got it in good. What else can you do?" said Bennett.
"Play better," finished Lisawad before heading off to collect his payout.