With about 100,000 in the middle on the flop of a board, Lee Armstrong bet the pot and Eli Elezra check-raised pot over the top. Armstrong's decision was for his tournament life and after a moment debating, he made the call for his last 380,000.
Armstrong was drawing relatively dead with Elezra flopping a full house and having a nut-low draw. Armstrong would hit the rail in 17th place when the board ran out .
Just as that end was finishing, Garrett Garvin busted from the outer table and fell in 16th place. Both players earned $8,503 for their efforts.