Hand #103: Ben Zamani moved all in for 1,095,000 from the small blind, and Chris Klodnicki called for 1,065,000 from the big blind. Klodnicki was at risk with , up against Zamani's .
The flop came . Zamani picked up a straight draw, but ace-high was still good for Klodnicki. The turn was the , and the river was the .
Klodnicki thought he lost and got up from his seat, but the dealer pushed him the pot, and Zamani was left with just 30,000.
Hand #104: Zamani was all in for 25,000 on the button. Klodnicki completed the small blind, and Schuyler Thornton checked his option in the big blind. The two players checked down a board reading , and Zamani won the pot with , as Klodnicki held , and Thornton tabled .
Hand #105: Zamani moved all in for 105,000 from under the gun, and Thornton called from the small blind, as did Emile Schiff in the big blind. The two players checked down a board reading , and Thornton tabled for a straight.
Zamani flashed for trip sevens and mucked his hand before saying his goodbyes. He was eliminated in fourth place, taking home $139,896 for his deep run today.