Hand #95: There was a preflop raise to 600,000. Jonathan Dimmig and James Duke saw the flop, that got checked through by both. On the turn, Dimmig led for 500,000 and was called before the completed the board. Both players checked. Dimmig won the pot with versus .
Hand #96: Dimmig raised to 515,000 and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #97: Dimmig raised to 480,000 and Jeffrey Coburn called to see the flop. No action here, check / check. On the turn, Dimmig check-called 675,000 and Coburn then took it down with another barrel of just above 1 million on the river.
Hand #98: Coburn raised to 500,000 and Andrew Teng called, both saw the flop. Once again, no action. On the turn, Teng bet 625,000 and was called before the completed the board
Teng checked, Coburn bet 1.2 million and Teng found a call. "Good call," Coburn said before revealing . Teng scooped the pot with .
Hand #93: Jonathan Dimmig moved all in for approximately two million and was quickly called by Bradley Anderson. Anderson had Dimmig in bad shape as he held to Dimmig's . The flop changed all that, however, as it came . The turn was the and the river was the and Dimmig scored a much needed double up.
Hand #94: Anderson limped in from the button and James Duke raised it up to 1.0 million from the small blind. Anderson called and the dealer put out a flop of . Duke led out for another million and Bradley announced that he was all in. James snap-called and for good reason as he had . Anderson had flopped top pair with his , but needed a miracle to stay alive.
The gave Duke a full house. This also gave Anderson some hope, as any ace would give him a better full house. It was not to be, however, as the river was the and Anderson is eliminated in shocking fashion after being the commanding chip leader mere moments ago. Its position has now been undertook by Duke.
Hand #91: Bradley Anderson raised to 425,000 and got the blinds and antes.
Hand #92: Jonathan Dimmig raised to 400,000 on the button and Jeffrey Coburn called in the small blind, the big blind folded. Both checked the flop, the showed up on the turn. Another 400,000 from both players found their way to the middle of the table.
The completed the board and Coburn checked, Dimmig moved all in and was snap called. Dimmig only had king high and Coburn scored a double up for 2,840,000 with .
Hand #85: Jeffrey Coburn raised to 460,000 and James Duke three-bet to 920,000. One seat over, Andrew Teng four-bet all in for 3.8 million and Coburn folded rather quickly. Duke took his time and eventually pushed chips to the middle of the table for a call. Showdown:
The bad run of Teng on this final table seemed to continue when the dealer fanned the flop. The on the turn now gave him a flush draw and the completed just that to give Teng an urgently needed double up.