Georgios Efthimiadis lost all his chips and re-entered, since the event is really deep and it gives this opportunity to the players even though we are only one level before the end of Day 1c.
Efthmiadis lost the biggest part of his stack when he three-bet to 13,000 with ace-nine from the small blind, after Nomidis' raise to 5,000 from under-the-gun with tens. The flop came ten-deuce-deuce and Nomidis check-called Efthimiadis' c-bet for 14,000. Another deuce on the turn brought two checks and an ace came on the river with Efthimiadis betting 30,000 and Nomidis shoving for 75,000.
Efthimiadis called with his full-house but his opponent had a bigger boat and he was left with 4 big blinds. He lost them in the next hand with nine-ten versus sevens.