Preflop, the hijack made 3,600 and Sherif Derias, who was the next player to act, went into the tank before firing out 10,000. Action folded back to the hijack who called, making it a large pot preflop.
The flop saw both players check, as did the turn. The river was the and after thinking a while the hijack checked again. This time Derias thought a little before flicking out a value bet of 4,000.
Turns out it wasn't value enough as his opponent folded. "Gotta be Kings full" said Emad Tahtouh who was seated to Derias' left.
He was close to the mark. Derias rolled over for Sevens full of Deuces.
"I was like King sweet, Ace please mate", said Derias regretting that his trap didn't suck his opponent in.
Amongst the carnage heading into the final three levels of the day, we've seen Sammy Khouiss and Antonio Casale heading to the rail - having both nursed short stacks on feature table 31, it was only a matter of time before both were eliminated.
We also say goodbye to John Delassandri and The Poker Star's Josh Budin and Amanda De Cesare, however it's not necessarily the be all and end all for anyone that's busted today - all players have the option of trying their luck in the Day 1c repechage on Saturday.