After the first draw, Michael Chow checked over to Tuan Le who fired out a bet from the button. Chow called and picked up two new cards on the second draw. Le opted for just one.
Chow checked once more and Le continued with his aggression. Chow called and drew one. Le stood pat. Chow checked over to him and Le pushed out one more bet. A distraught looking Chow slapped his hand into the muck, leaving himself with just 25,000 back.
On the next hand, Le raised from the cutoff, Chow moved all in for his last 25,000 from the small blind, and Sergey Rybachenko called.
Chow and Rybachenko each took two on the first draw while Le took one. Rybachenko checked and Le fired into the side pot. Rybachenko came over the top with a raise and Le called. Le and Chow each drew one on the second round, while Rybachenko opted to stand pat. Rybachenko led out and this time it was Le who slid forward a raise. Rybachenko called.
The final draw saw Chow pull one last card, Rybachenko stand pat, and Le pick up one card. Both active players checked and Rybachenko quickly fanned . Le mucked and Chow took a moment, sweating his new card ,before revealing . Chow was sent to the rail and will collect $30,794 for his tenth place finish.