Chris Bjorin got his last 4,000 in before the first draw and was at risk against both blinds. Yuval Bronshtein and Mark Roland each took three, while Bjorin drew one. Two checks later, Bronshtein took three, Roland two, and Bjorin again one. On the last draw, Bronshtein took two and Roland one.
Bjorin looked at his card, chuckled in exasperation, and asked for a final card.
"Slowly but surely, we're catching up," Roland said with a laugh.
Bronshtein checked and folded to a final bet, and Roland said he had eight-six, fanning .
Bjorin flashed what looked like a nine-seven, and the Swedish legend took his leave.