Harry Lodge shoved 4,775,000 from the button and [Removed:172] declared his interest in clashing with Lodge, asking for the number of his chips. Kramer then re-shoved and Papazianu folded.
Kramer found a monster in his hand, and Lodge's tournament life was on the edge. He hoped for an ace-high board, and he would get one as the landed on the flop.
The turn pushed Lodge closer to the double, but the river was a hammer to his plans. Kramer spiked one of his two outs and eliminated Lodge in third place.
While Lodge collected $344,888 for the bronze, Papazian and Kramer agreed to call it a day. They bagged their chips, leaving the heads-up battle for tomorrow, starting at 1 p.m. PDT.