Both players kept their strategy with Pot-Limit 2-7 Triple Draw for Andrew Kelsall and Badeucey for Chad Eveslage. They shared the spoils in the former this time while Eveslage then cemented his grip on the bracelet indefinitely.
Eveslage raised the button and Kelsall called. Kelsall discarded two versus trey and check-called a bet, then discarded two versus one and check-folded to another bet. "Three card perfect and a number two," Eveslage announced and flashed his cards.
"Wow, you really always catch a hand," Kelsall sighed albeit with a smirk on the face.
Eveslage then received a walk before he raised the next button. Kelsall called and they discarded two each on the first draw, checked and discarded two again. Kelsall check-folded to a bet worth the words "I draw the worst ever".
In the final hand of Badeucey, Kelsall raised the button and Eveslage called. Eveslage discarded trey versus one and they checked to the second draw. Eveslage discarded one versus two and his bet was called by Kelsall.
Eveslage patted the final draw and Kelsall discarded one. The bet of the overwhelming chip leader was called and Eveslage rolled over the 5♥ / 8♦6♣3♥2♠ for an eight-eight to take down the next pot. Kelsall dropped to fewer than half a bet.