On the fifth hand of the final table, David Chiu completed and Adam Friedman called. On fourth Friedman bet out only to be raised by Chiu. Friedman called before moving all in for 22,000 as Chiu bet-called.
With Chiu ahead with his split pair of kings, Friedman would have a split pair of deuces and a flush draw.
Chiu collected the on sixth as Friedman found the . On seventh Chiu's hand didn't changed when he found the , but Friedman picked up the to improve to two-pair to double through to roughly 100,000 in chips.
Matthew Ashton completed and both David Chiu and Michael Mizrachi called before Chiu fired out on fourth and fifth with Ashton and Mizrachi each calling. On sixth street Mizrachi bet out 16,000 and only Chiu made the call before he bet seventh with Mizrachi calling.
Ashton: / /
Chiu: / /
Mizrachi: / /
Chiu tabled his / for a flush to take the pot and surge into the chip lead.
Adam Friedman completed and both Gary Benson and Scott Seiver made the call before Seiver bet out on fourth. Friedman folded, but Benson made the call before both players checked fifth. Seiver fired out 20,000 on sixth and seventh with Benson calling both times.
Scott Seiver completed and David Chiu called before Adam Friedman two bet. Both Seiver and Chiu called before Seiver fired out on fourth with only Chiu calling. Seiver bet fifth and sixth with Chiu calling and then raising on the later street. Seiver called and then check-called 20,000 on seventh.
On the 13th hand of the final table we found Michael Mizrachi completing only to be met with a Freddie Ellis two-bet. Mizrachi called before calling bets on fourth and fifth before folding to a 20,000-chip Ellis bet on sixth.
As ellis was pushed the pot, he flashed his for trips while Mizrachi slipped to 238,000 in chips.
Catching the action on fourth street Gary Benson bet out only to have Scott Seiver raise. Benson made the call before both players checked fifth street. On sixth Benson led for 20,000 and Seiver called before he bet out on seventh to force a fold from Benson.
Benson: / /
Seiver: / /
With that pot, Seiver has now extended his lead to nearly 700,000 in chips after getting Benson to lay down kings-up.
On the 24th hand of the final table we found David Chiu completing before Adam Friedman brought-in and then two-bet. Chiu made the call before check-calling a bet on fourth before Friedman was all in on fifth with Chiu calling.
With Friedman in the lead, he would unfortunately see Chiu catch the to give him a straight while he himself found the . Needing only a seven to remain alive, Friedman squeezed out the and would be forced to the rail in 8th place for a $14,086 payday as Chiu scooped the pot to move to 255,000 in chips.