Barry Greenstein raised from the button only to have Richard Brodie three-bet from the big blind. His opponent only had 5,000 remaining, so Greenstein put in a raise, which Brodie called.
Brodie was behind and needed some help to stay alive. Unfortunately for him, he received none as the board ran out . Just like that, the man largely responsible for Microsoft Word was eliminated from the tournament for $44,207; not only that, Brodie left with the satisfaction that he had made his first-ever WSOP final table.