Timothy Adams moved all in from the cutoff for 347,000 and Conrad Coetzer also shoved for the 324,000 total that he had in the small blind. The big blind folded and the two players showed their hands.
Coetzer was behind for his tournament life and although he paired up on the flop, it came to give Adams the toppest of pairs. With neither player having a club, Coetzer would need a king or queen to survive until the hit the turn to take away his queen outs. The river was the and not the king Coetzer needed and he was eliminated.