After a really slow start at the table 3 Michele Di Lauro moved all in for the fourth time already, but unlike the three times before, this time he found a caller in Micah Raskin. Di Lauro was in for 464,000 while Raskin had about the same amount behind.
It was bad news for Di Lauro as Raskin gad two of his outs and hitting a seven was no longer an option. Di Lauro needed three diamonds or an ace on the board to survive.
The flop did't give much hope for Di Lauro as diamond flush was out of the question. It was only an ace or a runner runner straight that could save him, but the on the turn left Di Lauro with one and only option. The was not it and Di Lauro became the first victim of the day. He will collect €23,000 for the 24th place finish.