Carter Myers opened to 40,000 from the button and picked up the blinds and antes.
On the final hand of the level, Matt Seer raised to 52,000 only to have Chris Dombrowski make it 115,000. Seer instantly moved all in and Dombrowski snap-called.
With Seer racing for his tournament life, the flop put him squarely in the lead. The turn was the sweat-tastic give Dombrowski outs to a jack or nine to send Seer to the rail.
Unfortunately for the oldest player at the table, the river would see the spike to send Seer spiralling to the rail in 7th place for a $43,730 payday.