In the hijack position it was online super star Daniel "mrgr33n13" Colman who raised it up to 50,000. Two positions down it was Mike McDonald, second to last in chips at that time, who shoved his remaining 261,000 to the middle.
After both blinds had folded, the decision was on Colman. The American player thought about it for a little bit, before calling with a not too happy face. As soon as Colman called, McDonald's face changed a bit, he also wasn't too excited about this big showdown.
McDonald had 52% with his as Colman tabled .
The flop changed that percentage dramatically as gave Colman top pair.
"Ok, we need a wheel card" said McDonald with a smile. "No we don't" smiled Colman back with a coy voice.
McDonald would get the on the turn and still had some hopes for recovery. The on the river wasn't the card he hoped for though, and the Canadian player made his exit from the television-set.
With the departure of McDonald, the remaining eight players are guaranteed €241,000. Just Colman, who's in for three €100,000 bullets, isn't making any money yet. He'll need to finish at least seventh to finish this tournament ahead.