Phil Hellmuth completed and was called before Alexander Kostritsyn raised. Hellmuth re-raised and Kostritsyn capped it at 1,200 with both players calling. Fourth street saw action checked around before action was capped on fifth with Kostritsyn finding himself all in for 2,825. On sixth the unknown opponent would find himself all in for his last 625.
With Hellmuth leading with his pair of queens but every player having multiple outs in different ways, Kostritsyn flipped over his first to make two pair and take the lead.
Hellmuth then found the to take the lead back - and simultaneously eliminate Kostritsyn - while the unknown player found the to keep him alive in the tournament.