Robert Redman raised in late position and was called by David Matsumoto in the big blind.
The flop fell .
Matsumoto checked to Redman, who bet 100,000. Matsumoto then check-raised the size of the pot to 530,000 which would put Redman all-in. Redman called with his tournament life at stake, and the duo rolled over two huge hands.
Redman had a middle set, a flush draw and the nut low draw versus Matsumoto's top set and the same low draw.
The board ran out , and Matsumoto's set of queens held to eliminate Redman and send the players to the final table of eight.