David Arsht raised from the button, and Glenn Engelbert and Donald Augar called in the blinds. The flop came down, and it was checked to Arsht. He fired out a bet, and Engelbert instantly raised. Auger folded, but Arsht called. The turn was the , and Arsht called a bet from Engelbert. The hit the river, and Engelbert checked. Arsht bet out 50,000, and Engelbert went into the tank. He only had 56,000 left, so it was a huge decision. After two minutes of thinking, he flung in the call. Arsht showed , and Engelbert led out a big sigh of frustration, saying he had .
After the hand, Engelbert was left with just 6,000, while Arsht had half the chips in play at 1.6 million. Engelbert tripled up shortly after, but was eliminated a few hands later. Engelbert was all in preflop, and got calls from Al Barbieri and Stephen Hung. The board ran out , and Barbieri showed . It was good enough to take the pot, and Engelbert was eliminated in 5th place.