Nathan Gamble's avalanche is still raging. Gamble just added another knockout to his collection, sending Ray Henson to the rail in third place.
The action was quick and simple. Henson potted from the button, Gamble put in enough chips to cover everyone, and Henson called all in for about 400,000 total.
The board favored Gamble, just like many of the previous ones.
"Good game, Ray," Gamble said, shaking Henson's hand.
Henson took the bronze medal, pocketing $96,555 for his efforts. He started the ten-handed finale with the second-shortest stack, and he stuck around for much longer than most of his opponents may have expected.
Gamble now has a devastating chip lead heading into the final duel for the bracelet.