Smith Sirisakorn raised from the button, and small blind Jameson Painter called. Jared Bleznick, who had less than two big bets total, called, as well.
Painter checked on the flop, and Bleznick didn't hesitate to bet, leaving himself 20,000 behind. Sirisakorn announced he was raising, and Painter folded. Bleznick moved his remaining chips into the middle.
Bleznick was drawing slim, hoping for another six or a king in addition to several runner-runner possibilities.
The gave Bleznick a gutshot straight draw, but the river sealed his fate. His sixes and deuces were second to Sirisakorn's jacks up, and Bleznick left the tournament in third place for a $90,640 payday.
Sirisakorn and Painter took a short break before their final battle started, with Painter holding a three-to-two chip lead.