Ken Aldridge started the day as the chip leader, however, he missed out on a spot on the final table after he was first left short when his two pair ran into the wheel of Robert Campbell on a board of .
One hand later, David Benyamine limped in and so did Aldridge in the cutoff. Ed Vartughian raised the button and Benyamine called, as did Aldridge. On the flop, Benyamine check-folded to a bet of Aldridge and the raise of Vartughian, Aldridge called all in for 45,000 in total.
Vartughian already had the nut low and plenty of outs to deal the final blow. The turn changed nothing yet, but the on the river gave Vartughian two pair. Aldridge was eliminated in 10th place for $27,287 and the remaining nine players will now redraw to a single table.