In a hand that would cripple Thomas Conway, Derek Gregory opened to 110,000 from the hijack position and it was folded around to Conway in the big blind - who pushed all in. Gregory called all in for just under 1 million and hands were revealed.
The board ran out and Gregory doubled through Conway - leaving him with just 60,000 behind.
On the very next hand, Kyle Julius min-raised to 100,000 from early position and Conway called all in for less from the small blind. Kevin Schulz also came along from the big blind.
Julius and Schulz then proceeded to check down the board and all hands were exposed.
Julius and Schulz would split the pot with with aces and nines with a queen kicker - eliminating Conway in the process.
This final table marks Conway's second of the series, as he recently placed third in Event 44: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em.