Jonathan Witz limped from under the gun and another four players did so in order to see a flop of . It checked to Witz and he bet the pot for 240,000 with some 80,000 behind. Chris Sandrock called and Eli Elezra in the small blind tank-called as well with exactly 300,000 behind.
The followed on the turn and Elezra moved all-in, Witz called all-in and Sandrock snap-called to put two players at risk.
Witz needed to pair his king or eight to remain in contention while Elezra needed to avoid a spade. He did so thanks to the river as Witz was eliminated in 12th place for $35,007. Elezra more than doubled as he earned the entire pot.