Shortly after coming back from a break, Jeff Rossiter, who began the day as the chip leader but had fallen to the short stack, moved all in from the button for 1.255 million with the . Georgios Karakousis had been battling the Australian all day, so it was only fitting that he called from the small blind with the . The big blind folded and it was off to the races.
The railbirds were cheering for their respective party, but Karakousis' got a lot louder when the flop delivered their man a pair of queens and the lead. The turn meant Rossiter needed a four on the river to keep his tournament hopes alive, but it was not meant to be as the blanked.
The man who finished runner-up in the GuangDong Ltd Asia Millions (GDAM) Main Event for $3,161,290 back in June took home £152,320 for his efforts.