Slovenia's Dejan Pustoslemsek began the day with one of the shortest stacks with 305,000 chips. His stack dwindled early on during the first blind level of Day 4 before he got it all in with against Andrew Hulme who was holding
Pustoslemsek began to get up after the flop came giving his opponent a set. Pustoslemsek's fate was sealed when the appeared on the turn to improve his opponent's hand to a full-house. The completed the board on the river to improve Pustoslemsek's hand, but not nearly by enough and he exited the tournament in 60th place for €17,600.
The prize collected by the Slovenian today more than doubles his career cashes mark according to The Hendon Mob. His only other cash came during the 2015 World Series of Poker Main Event where he finished in 970th place for $15,000.