Hand #73: Pierre Milan opened for 100,000 under the gun. Thad McNulty called from the cutoff, and then Jamie Armstrong moved all in for 630,000 from the button. Milan folded and McNulty did the same.
Hand #74: Thad McNulty opened for 110,000 from the hijack and Pierre Milan called from the big blind. Milan then check-called a bet of 135,000 on the flop, which was followed by checks on the turn and river. Both players held an ace, and with the queen on board they chop.
Hand #75: Thad McNulty opened under the gun and took down the blinds and antes.
Hand #76: Barry Hutter raised to 100,000 and Matt Salsberg moved all in from the cutoff for 800,000. Hutter folded.
Hand #77: Justin Oliver limped the button and Jamie Armstrong moved all in from the big blind for 985,000. Oliver tanked for a couple of minutes before making the call.
Armstrong was well out in front, and his position got even stronger when the flop gave him top pair. The turn made things interested as Oliver picked up an open-ended straight draw, and wouldn't you know it, the spiked on the river to complete it.
Armstrong, who began the day as the chip leader, was eliminated in sixth place for $83,486.