It took nearly an hour for the bubble to burst, and it's only fitting in a tournament played with split-spot game that two players would fall in the last hand before the dinner break and have to split 48th-place money,
In one hand, we arrived at the table with a board reading . A short-stacked Dustin Leary was already all in from the big blind, while action was complete between Tyson Marks and Mike Roeseler.
Marks had the wheel to scoop the pot, which eliminated Leary on the bubble. However, two tables down there was another all-in pot.
Chris Klodnicki was all in after third and got three callers, Tom Schneider got out of the way on fifth and then the action was capped between Julie Schneider and Christopher McHugh on sixth. On seventh there was just single bet and call.
Tom Schneider: / muck
Julie Schneider: / /
McHugh: / /
Klodnicki: / /
Schneider won the high with a seven high straight, while McHugh took the low with a wheel. That sent Klodnicki out as the co-bubble boy. Klodnicki and Leary will split the $4,694.