After the final five players decided to make an even chop for $1,220 each, play started to accelerate slightly.
The first to go was Guy Lebrun, who takes home 5th place after a very good run.
The 4th place finisher was Richard Sysko. His play at the final table was excellent, especially considering he was short-stacked for much of the final stage of the contest.
The 3rd place finisher was Christopher Lau, setting up a final heads up battle between Borislav Angelov and Nabil Nahoul.