Jay Kerbel raised under the gun to 40,000, and A.J. Kelsall called from the big blind.
The flop came , Kelsall bet 20,000, Kerbel raised, and Kelsall called all in for a little bit more.
Jay Kerbel: (two pair, aces and kings)
A.J. Kelsall: (two pair, kings and eights)
There could be no qualifying lows on this board, and Kerbel had the lead with a higher two pair. Kelsall needed to improve to stay alive.
The turn card was the , the river card was the , and Kerbel won the pot with his pocket aces to eliminate Kelsall in sixth place.
Jay Kerbel – 825,000 (21 bb)
A.J. Kelsall – Eliminated in 6th Place ($1,815)
With five players remaining, the average chip stack is around 310,000 (8 Big Bets), and they are all guaranteed at least $2,140 each.