Mark Radoja was eliminated in the early going of the final table and play settled in 8-way, with chips moving here and there but no huge jumps.
That looked to be a continuing trend in a hand in which Jonathan Duhamel raised to 14K from middle position and found calls from both Lucas Greenwood to his left and Darren Elias in the bb.
On a flop of , Elias checked, Duhamel checked and Greenwood threw out a 20K bet. Elias folded but Duhamel made the call. The turn was the which was greeted by a check-check from the players, leading to a on the river. This time Duhamel led out for 34K. Lucas called and saw the bad news: Jonathan was playing a flush . Lucas mucked.
Just a hand or two later, Duhamel again opened, this time to 13K. Lucas jammed over the top and Duhamel made the call.
The board did Lucas no favours and the Aces stayed in front – and Lucas joined his brother on the rail.