After waiting for a spot to get his short stack in, Allan Le was under the gun and faced the prospect of having to fork out half of his stack via the big blind and big blind ante. Le mulled it over and raised the pot to 350,000 with 50,000 behind, which was called only by Shiva Dudani.
The flop was checked by Le, who then called all-in after Dudani bet 300,000.
The turn and river runout kept Dudani in the lead and he dealt the final blow to Le with a full house. Le finished in 12th place for $61,760 and will have to wait until the next WSOP bracelet event to try and double his tally.