Hand #1: Sam Higgs opened for 10,000 from the cutoff and Jonathan Duhamel called from the small blind. The flop came down and Duhamel check-folded to a bet of 15,000.
Hand #2: Ismael Bojang limped under the gun, Jamie Pickering did the same from the small blind, and Mike Watson checked his option from the big. Two checks on the flop saw Bojang bet 8,500, and it did the trick as both Pickering and Watson folded.
Hand #3: Action folded to Watson in the small blind and he raised to 12,000. Bojang responded by three-betting the size of the pot, Watson four-bet, and Bojang got all in for roughly 55,000 total.
The flop was dry as could be for Bojang, but the turn gave him both straight and flush draws. Unfortunately for the German, he'd miss as the bricked on the river. Bojang exited in sixth place and takes home AU$21,123 for his performance. This marked Bojang's 11th cash in the WSOP for 2014.