The action was picked up after the final draw and it was Adam Friedman that fired out a bet. Phil Hellmuth whirled his cards directly into the muck, but Carol Fuchs opted to make the call for her last few remaining chips. Then, Fuchs tabled her / for an eight-six low and a three-card seven-five-deuce-Badugi and scooped the entire pot and survived her all-in.
The action was picked up on sixth street with Fuchs having checked and Schwartz checked back.
Seventh street was dealt face down to each player, and Fuchs checked. Next, Schwartz fired out a bet and Fuchs called after a few. She was shown the bad news and the winning hand when Schwartz tabled trip queens and was awarded the pot.
The action was picked up on seventh street and Kelsall checked, which prompted a check-back from Hellmuth. Next, Hellmuth tabled his hand and took it down with an eight-six low versus the nine-seven of Kelsall's.
It was Matt Glantz all-in and at-risk, and he had to fade both Friedman and Schwartz. After all the dust settled, it was Friedman that took the A-5 low with while Schwartz took the Badugi half with his Badugi, and Glantz was eliminated in 7th place and took home $32,746 in cash.