Over on the outer table, Asaf Berman pushed all in from late position for around 3.6 million and Timothy Adams on the button asked for a rough count, then opted to call.
"Now I have a sweat," Benjamin Pollak with even fewer chips in the big blind said and peeked at his cards. He mucked the face up and the following showdown took place.
"Now I have a really good feeling about this," Berman said in table chat. He picked up a gutshot on the flop, but the turn and the river were both blanks to send the businessman from Switzerland to the rail in 14th place for €49,951.