The Canadian was chip leader at the start of level seven but he didn’t see level eight.
In the first big pot that he lost Sam Trickett raised to 40,000 with he moved all-in with for 804,000 and Trickett called all-in for 513,000. The board ran and despite the dangerous turn card Trickett’s hand held up and he doubled to over a million.
Despite picking up a couple of pots the Canadian couldn’t recover from this, he raised to 40,000 with and Dan Shak defended with
The flop was checked through and then the ultimate action card the fell on the turn. “Bye bye Premier League for Jonathan Duhamel,” said Phil Hellmuth and indeed it came to pass. Shak bet 80,000, Duhamel moved all-in for and Shak called. The completed the board and Duhamel is out in fourth for $100,000.
The three handed chip counts are Sam Trickett (1,123,000), Dan Shak (959,000) and Antonio Esfandiari (458,000).