Hand #23: Andrew Hinrichsen raised to 140,000 on the button and Hamish Crawshaw three-bet the small blind to 575,000. Hinrichsen four-bet shoved and Crawshaw quickly called all in for 2,475,000.
The flop improved Hinrichsen to a pair of aces, and the turn and river were blanks to send Crawshaw to the rail in 7th place for AU$242,000.
"Queens vs. Ace-jack, small blind vs. button is a bit of a cooler," Crawshaw said in his post-elimination interview. "It would have been nice to take it down, but sometimes you've just got to get it in and flip for your tournament life with huge amounts of money at stake.
"You can't come in with too much expectation. Sometimes you come in as the chip leader and you're out first, and sometimes you come in as the short stack and win.
"It was a surreal experience. Just happy to get thisfar. Unfortunately, the final table didn't go so well but that's how it is. You've just got to take what's given to you."