Eli Elezra was the bring-in. He raised after Nicholas Kiley completed and the rest of Elezra's chips went in on fourth street when he made a pair of nines. Elezra also made a seven-low and scooped Kiley who couldn't improve his ace-high.
Kiley would soon go out in 15th place as he ran into Tim Finne's pair of sixes and a seven-low.
Kiley could peel a plenty of cards on the river to earn at least a half of the pot, but he peeled a jack and his final hand looked to be .