Soon after being left short stacked by Jeff Madsen, Tuan Le tangled again with Madsen in what turned out to be his last hand of the tournament.
Ben Diebold opened with a raise before Madsen three-bet to 58,000 from the cutoff. Le then re-raised all in for his last 265,000, Diebold quickly folded, but Madsen snap-called with .
Le turned over and needed to improve. He didn't get any help on the board and hit the rail in 14th place.