Ali Eslami for roughly 13,000, leaving himself just 100 behind, only to have Frank Op de Woerd three-bet all in over the top for 33,000. Joe Elpayaa, who had both of them covered, then announced that he was all in himself. The rest of the field folded and Eslami called off his last 100.
Op de Woerd:
Eslami joked a bit about the bad spot he was in while Op de Woerd, who held two overs to Elpayaa's queens, rose from his chair. The flop kept Elpayaa in the lead, and the turn firmed up his position. However, while Eslami was drawing dead, Op de Woerd picked up the nut-flush draw. Unfortunately for the man from the Netherlands, the blanked on the river and his deep run came to an end.
Eslami became the 133rd-place finisher while Op de Woerd took 132nd.