In a battle of the blinds, Stephen Woodhead and Paul Sharbanee got their stacks in preflop for the following showdown:
The flop was , and the turn was the . The river completed the board with the , and Sharbanee doubled up with a flush.
From that, Woodhead had 2,000 chips left, and he was all in from the button the next hand. Sharbanee called from the small blind, and Gary Benson raised to 14,000 from the big blind to produce a successful isolation.
The board ran out , and Benson's ace high with a king kicker won the pot to eliminate Woodhead in seventh place.