Tony Dunst has claimed his second elimination at the final table, as Roger Bailey is out in sixth place, with his remaining chips going Dunst's way.
The pot unfolded as a three-way hand, with Dunst checking from the big blind on a board that included three diamonds, with a queen and a ten as the high cards.
Action checked to Bailey, who bet 30,000 from the button with just 18,000 behind. Dunst raised to put Bailey all in, and Bailey called. Dunst held for the nut flush, with Bailey's drawing dead. The river fell and ended Vailey's tournament run.
Bailey takes home $7,437 for the finish, and the pot puts Dunst in position with a comfortable chip stack as the second break of Day 2 approaches.