Tomas Trampota started the final table with high hopes, as he was the second biggest chip stack to start nine-handed play. However, he was crippled in the last hand before the break, and he was eliminated on the first hand back.
Trampota open shoved in early position for his last 150,000, and it folded around to Donald Vogel, who made the call. The cards were flipped, and Trampota was in rough shape.
Trampota would need a ton of help to catch up, and he got the exact opposite of help when the flop came . Trampota's only hope was running diamonds for a flush, or running straight cards for a chop. However, the on the turn ended things. The meaningless river was the , and Trampota headed to the rail in 8th place.