Hand #131: James Park raised to 80,000 on the button and Josh Pollock called from the small blind. Noah Schwartz came along from the big and three players saw a flop of . All three players checked to see the turn and Pollock checked. Schwartz bet just over 200,000, James raised the pot, Pollock folded and Schwartz three-bet it. James called off and as it turned out was freerolling.
Unfortunately for James, his freeroll wouldn't come in as the useless peeled off. Chop it up.
Hand #132: Noah Schwartz raised to 120,000 from the small blind and won the pot.
Hand #133: KT Park made it 120,000 to go from the small blind only to have James Park three-bet the pot. KT got his short stack in and the cards were tabled.
James was ahead with sevens, though he improved to a pair of tens on the flop. KT picked up a gutshot straight draw to go with his threes and overs, but neither the turn nor river would deliver him salvation. With that, KT Park shook hands with the remaining players and then exited the tournament in fourth place.