Action folded to Randy Ohel in the cutoff and he raised pot. The button and small blind got out of the way, but Chris Bell repotted from the big. Ohel got his stack of 350,000 all in and Bell had him covered.
The flop was kind to Bell as it gave him a flush draw and a low draw, while the turn improved him to two pair. The river gave Ohel an inferior two pair, and he was eliminated in fifth place.
Ohel, who won Event 22: $2,500 2-7 Triple Draw Lowball earlier this series, fell short of his second bracelet, leaving David "ODB" Baker as the only man in this tournament left with a chance of capturing a second bracelet here at the 2012 World Series of Poker.