No more then two hands after Eric Rodawig busted in 7th place, Loni Harwood bowed out in 6th. It was once again Noomis Jones who did the dirty work, as he started the hand by raising to 90,000. Harwood made the call, and they went heads up to a flop of . Jones was first to act, and he announced pot, a bet of 225,000. Harwood then shoved all in, and Jones made the call.
Both stacks were virtually even, though Harwood was the one at risk with just 20,000 less than Jones. Harwood was looking for any low card for half the pot, or a four would scoop the pot for her. The turn was the , and Harwood was down to her last card. That card was the , and Harwood was eliminated, taking home just under $40,000.
Meanwhile, Jones has emerged as the biggest threat to Barry Greenstein and his mountain of chips, as Jones is now up to 985,000.