On the first hand after being combined down to the unofficial final table, 2004 Aussie Millions champ Tony Bloom opened for 65,000 under the gun and was met by a three-bet to 170,000 from Isaac Haxton of PokerStars' Team Online. Action folded back around to Bloom, he moved all in, and Haxton snap-called.
Both players found big pocket pairs, but as you can see Haxton's ladies were best. Bloom was in dire straits and in desperate need of a jack, but all he could do was watch helplessly as the board ran out a dry .
It took just one hand for the unofficial final table to go down to the official final table of eight. Those players will now take a break before moving up to Studio 3 to play down to a winner.