Michiel Brummelhuis lost most of his stack in a kings versus aces situation. Nicolas Chouity was the one holding the aces, the EPT Monte Carlo winner plays a stack of just over 500,000 ever since.
Brummelhuis still had some chips left after that, but Ami Barer took those in a blind battle not much later. Brummelhuis had in that hand, and was up against Barer's . The board wasn't doing Brummelhuis any good, and he was out of the tournament. "Ok, that was fun" the former November Nine said with a somewhat sarcastic voice.
Barer's and Chouity's table mate Aku Joentausta has a lot of chips as well, the Fin is seated out of position against Chouity with 453,000.