Hand #34: From the button, Bryan Devonshire opened to 320,000 and Scott Palmer called in the big blind.
Both players checked the flop. The landed on the turn and Palmer led for 410,000. Devonshire folded, and Palmer scooped the pot.
Hand #35: The action folded to Maximilian Senft in the hijack, and he opened with a min-raise to 320,000. Next to act, Bryan Devonshire announced he was all in for 2,695,000, and after the blinds folded the action was back on Senft. After close to two minutes of deliberating, Senft made the call to put Devonshire at risk.
With Devonshire racing to stay alive, the flop paired Senft's ace to put him well in front. The then landed on the turn, and Devonshire was looking for a jack to make a saving straight.
Unfortunately for the 2011 WSOP Main Event 12th-place finisher, the river brought the and Devonshire headed to the rail in 25th place for a $286,900 payday while Senft climbed to 7.3 million in chips.