Wes Cutshall was at the top of the leaderboard at several points in the day and basically coasted to the final table. His steady and consistent play earned him several knockouts and mountains of chips. As play continued at the final table he lost a few key pots and found himself as the second-shortest stack when four-handed play began.
Austin Roberts was eliminated in fourth, and shortly after Cutshall got his chips in the middle with [kd8h] against Klein's [ad8c]. The board ran out [qsts9s8d3c] and Cutshall was sent to the rail in 3rd place for $15,885.