Another nearly dozen hands passed without any all-in showdown as Craig Timmis managed to spin up his short stack somewhat and even managed to pull ahead of Julijan "Grgur" Rados. That would be important in the next battle between them as Timmis raised the pot from the button and Rados came along, they got it in after the flop with Rados at risk.
Julijan "Grgur" Rados:
Rados was in the lead with a pair and gutshot but Timmis improved on the turn. A blank on the river sent Rados out in 3rd place, which is worth $57,087.59.