Scott Clements bet on fourth and fifth, then Matt Woodward raised on fifth. Clements check-called on sixth and then check-folded seventh. Woodward took down the pot and left Clements with under 100,000.
Timothy Frazin: /
Matt Woodward: / (folds on sixth)
Scott Clements: / (folds on fifth)
Timothy Frazin was the bring in and Scott Clements just limped. Matt Woodward completed with a king showing and both Frazin and Clements called. Woodward held the betting lead throughout and led out on fourth. Both Frazin and Clements called.
Woodward fired again on fifth and just Frazin called this time. On sixth, Woodward opted to check and Frazin moved in a bet. Woodward thought for a minute and then let his hand go, sending the pot to Frazin.
After the hand, Frazin was sent into a frenzy. "That's three times you've made the right play against me," he said to Woodward. "I had deuce, eight, eight and hit the eight and you just fold a big pair with a low straight draw. I can't play against you anymore."
At first, the table thought Frazin was just joking around but he stormed off from the table with his hands on his head, mumbling to himself. When he returned, the rant continued. "I just folded ten, ten, nine with a suit because I can't even play right now."
Scott Clements raised on third and Matt Woodward three-bet. Clements called the three-bet and Woodward then bet all the way to sixth. Clements raised on sixth and Woodward called. Both players checked seventh and revealed their hands, Woodward showed for a pair of aces and Clements then showed for a busted flush draw before mucking his hand
Bradley Smith raised it up from early position and was called by Nicholas Derke in the small blind and Timothy Frazin in the big blind. The flop fell and the action checked to Smith who tossed in a bet. Derke called and Frazin got out of the way.
The turn brought the and Derke check-called again. The completed the board and Derke checked one more time. Smith thought for a minute and then pushed in another bet. Derke went into the tank for a couple minutes and then finally stuck in the chips to call as he looked away. Smith tabled for the nut flush and scooped the pot.
After a series of raises preflop, Ismael Bojang was only left with around 60,000 heading to flop of . He got the rest of his chips in the middle against Andrey Zhigalov and the cards were on their backs.
Bojang had an overpair and a straight draw but was at risk against Zhigalov's pocket queens. The on the turn and the on the river were of no help and Bojang was the first elimination at the final table.
Bradley Smith completed with a king showing and Damjan Radanov three-bet with an eight. The action folded back to Smith who announced raise and Radanov called off his last few chips. Radanov had in the hole but was up against a pair of kings from Smith with .
Radanov was unable to improve upon his pair of jacks leading up to seventh street and the on his last card wasn't going to cut it either. There will now be a redraw for the unofficial final table of nine players as they move to a secondary feature table.