Jeff Thompson raised, and Danny Warchol reraised from the button. Thompson called, and the flop came . Thompson checked, Warchol bet, and Thompson check raised. Warchol called, and the hit the turn. Thompson bet, and Warchol raised again. Thompson called, and bet out one more time when the came on the river. Warchol called, then mucked his hand when Thompson showed .
A few hands later, Thompson raised from the cutoff, and Warchol three bet from the button again. The flop came , and Thompson checked. Warchol raise, and Thompson made it two bets. Warchol three bet it, and Thompson called. The hit the turn, and Thompson check called. The same happened on the river, and Warchol announced "fives." Thompson rolled over , and he took down the pot.
Mike Schiffman saw Marco Johnson raise before the flop, and he made it three bets to play. Johnson flatted and the flop fell .
Schiffman led out for a bet, Johnson smooth called, and the turn came .
When Schiffman fired a second barrel, Johnson sprung his trap with a raise, and Schiffman quickly got his last bet into the middle.
Both players had a huge piece of the board, with Schiffman flopping two pair and turning the nut flush draw. Johnson found a set on the turn, however, and Schiffman needed help to survive. Unfortunately for him, the river bricked off, and he made his exit from the final table in 5th place.
Jeff Thompson raised from the cutoff, and Danny Warchol put out a third bet from the button. Marco Johnson then quickly four bet it from the small blind, and Thompson folded. Warchol called, and the flop came . Johnson bet, and Warchol called. The turn brought the , and Johnson bet again. This time, Warchol folded, and Johnson took down another pot.
Mike Schiffman raised it up on the button, and Jeff Thompson reraised from the small blind. The flop came down , and Thompson fired out. Schiffman called, and the hit the turn. Thompson bet out again, and Schiffman folded his hand, dropping him to 190,000.
Juha Helppi raised from the button, and Jeff Thompson reraised from the big blind. From here, Thompson bet every street of a board that came down , and Helppi called the whole way. Thompson showed for aces full, and Helppi sent his hand to the dealer.