With around 15 minutes left until the end of level 18 of the tournament, the players were given four cards to draw and determine how many hands they will have to play until the event wraps for the day. Philipp Gruissem picked out the four of clubs and they were off for the four last hands.
And just when things seemed to end just the way they were, Igor Yaroshevskyy shoved his stack of a little more than 200,000 from the cutoff seat on the second hand of the last four. Joel Nordkvist made the call from the button putting Yaroshevskyy's tournament life at risk.
The board ran pairing Nordkvist's aces and sending Yaroshevskyy to the rail just before the end of the day.