After a flop of , Christopher Suarez got it all in for about 950,000 with for two pair, aces and eights, but he was drawing thin against the (trip eights) of Ramon Munoz.
The turn card was the , the river was the , and Munoz won the pot with his trip eights to eliminate Suarez in third place.
Christopher Suarez – Eliminated in 3rd Place ($10,490)
By knocking out Suarez, Munoz began heads-up play with nearly 11x as many chips as Raminder Singh.
Ramon Munoz – 2,515,000 (101 bb)
Raminder Singh – 230,000 (9 bb)
1st: $22,520 + LHPO Trophy