With the board showing on the turn, Craig Chait got it all in from the big blind against chipleader Rene Herrera in the small blind.
Rene Herrera: (pair of aces, heart flush draw, gutshot wheel draw)
Craig Chait: (two pair, aces and deuces, 7-3 low draw)
The river card was the , and there were no qualifying lows. Herrera made his ace-high flush to win the pot and eliminate Chait in third place.
Craig Chait – Eliminated in 3rd Place ($4,395)
With two players remaining, the average chip stack is about 612,000 (51 big blinds). The runner-up will earn $6,475, while the winner will pick up $9,715 and an RRPO Trophy.
Here are the updated chip counts for the final two players:
Rene Herrera – 728,000 (61 bb)
Michael P. Daud – 496,000 (41 bb)