Jeremy Harkin raised to 20,000 under the gun, earning calls from cutoff Daniel Weinman and small blind Scott Bohlman.
They went to a flop of and Bohlman checked to Harkin who bet the maximum, making it 72,000. Weinman folded but Bohlman verbally declared all in for effectively about 20,000 more and Harkin called for his rest.
"Oh s***," Harkin said when he saw that Bohlman had him drawing nearly dead, having flopped the top pair along with a nut flush draw. Harkin could only hope for a king or a runner-runner miracle, but the turn and river didn't save him.
Harkin, who won his first bracelet this year after topping the $1,500 Dealer's Choice, added another final table appearance to his name but he won't be coming back for the final day. He took home $16,329 for his sixth-place finish.