Lynn checked as first to act, then Baker continued with another bet, Deutsch called, and Andrulis raised.
Lynn folded while the others called, leaving the hand now three-ways.
Baker drew one again, Deutsch drew two and Andrulis stood pat.
Andrulis' opponents checked to him on the button and he put out another bet, with both then calling.
Baker continued to draw one, Deutsch also drew one, and Andrulis remained pat.
Baker and Deutsch both checked again to Andrulis, who checked back. Baker immediately pitched his cards into the muck, while Andrulis turned over which held up as the winner to award him the massive pot.
After his recent loss, Mark Fraser's untimely slide continued and he's been eliminated from the tournament in 6th place.
In a hand versus David "Bakes" Baker, Fraser raised in the cutoff and got called by Baker on the button.
Each player drew two, then Fraser led out with a bet that Baker raised. Fraser called.
Both players stood pat, and this time Fraser check-called a bet from Baker before patting again. Baker also stayed pat.
Fraser then check-called a bet from Baker who showed , which just edged Fraser's .
Shortly after that hand with just over 200,000 left in his stack, Fraser raised in early position and was three-bet by Stephen Deutsch behind him. Fraser opted to commit the majority of his remaining chips with a four-bet which Deutsch called.
Both players drew one, then Fraser bet out again and was raised all-in by Deutsch. Fraser called to put his tournament life at risk.
They each drew one card twice, and on the end Fraser paired threes with , while Deutsch squeezed out a to go with his .