Iliodoros Kamatakis managed to pick up a few chips by shoving over the top of a raise, but when he tried it for a second time he found himself racing for his tournament life.
It began when Jaroslaw Sikora opened for 170,000 from the cutoff and Kamatakis shoved all in for 1.175 million from the big blind. Sikora thought for about 45 seconds and then made the call.
Kamatakis got it in good, but he fell behind on the flop. The turn left Kamatakis in need of an eight on the river to survive, but despite his pleas to the dealer, it didn't come as the peeled off instead.