Griffin Benger was the chip leader early on Day 5, but things went south for the online superstar as soon as he sat down at the ESPN Feature Table. On his final hand, Benger opened to 85,000 from middle position and Chad Eveslage repopped him to 190,000 from the button. Benger moved all in for 1,105,000 and Eveslage snapped him off.
It got worse quickly for Benger on the flop, giving Eveslage middle set. Benger stood up to see the on the turn leave him drawing dead, and the completed the board to send him to the rail.