Jamie Baker was the first eliminated from the final table. His 10th place finish earned him $680.
He went out in a three-way all in holding pocket Jacks. The other two in the hand, Ivan Driard with and Ian Tang with , ended up splitting the pot, with the lion’s share going to Ian on a board.
Next to leave the final table was Ivan Driard. He bags $960 for his efforts. He had only about 20,000 chips in front of him after losing a couple of pots, and considering the fact that the average chip stack is near 700,000 his time was limited. Went he eventually was busted out it was no surprise. There is only so much you can do when extremely short stacked. Congratulations to him as well.