Hand #16: Cary Katz limped in from the small blind with and Ben Tollerene checked his . They checked the flop as well as the turn before Katz led out 25,000 on the river, firing a last-minute bluff. Tollerene, however, raised to 80,000 to force a fold from Katz.
Hand #17: Katz found spades again, raising the button to 50,000 with . He wouldn't have any success as Tollerene three-bet out of the small blind, making it 225,000 with .
Hand #18: Tollerene raised to 60,000 from the button and Kristina Holst looked down at a small pair in the small blind. She shoved for 495,000 and Tollerene double-checked his hand before calling with a monster.
Unfortunately for Holst, the board hit Tollerene's Big Slick on the turn and that was the end for the lone female player in the tournament. Holst collected $53,600 for the fifth place, the biggest prize of her career.