Hand #146: James Park called from the small blind, Josh Pollock checked his option and the flop fell . Park bet 50,000, Pollock called and the turned. Park slowed down with a check and Pollock did the same. Action repeated itself on the river and Pollock showed for sevens and threes, which was good enough to win.
Hand #147: James Park opened for 80,000 from the button and Noah Schwartz defended from the big blind. Schwartz checked the flop and Park bet 130,000. Schwartz then woke up with a check-raise to 350,000 and Park quickly folded.
Hand #148: Noah Schwartz raised to 100,000 from the small blind and won the pot.
Hand #150: James Park raised the pot (120,000) from the small blind and pushed Josh Pollock off the big blind.
Hand #151: Noah Schwartz got a walk in the big blind.
Hand #152: Noah Schwartz made it 120,000 from the small blind only to have James Park raise the pot. Schwartz three-bet it and Park called off.
Park got it in with a pair of queens but was behind Schwartz's kings. The flop paired Schwartz's ace and kept him in the lead. The turn improved Schwartz to a set and left Park in need of either a jack or club on the river, but the was no help. Park was eliminated in third place for $108,090.