Brandon Meyers raised to 35,000 out of the hijack seat, Jamie Armstrong moved all in from the cutoff, and Tom Marchese called all in for 245,000 on the button. Meyers folded, and the hands were opened.
Marchese flopped backdoor straight and flush draws to go along with his overs when the dealer fanned , but the on the turn ended those hopes. Marchese needed an ace or a king to survive, but it wasn't to be as the completed the board.
He was eliminated in 10th place, earning $37,391, and the remaining nine players have redrawn to one table.