We managed to catch up to World Series of Poker Europe bracelet winner Tristan Wade getting involved in a pot with a player in early position. We do not know exactly how the action went, but after a reraise from Wade preflop his opponent moved all in. Wade snap called and flipped over . Wade's opponent then tabled a meekly
Both players were about even in stacks and it wasn't exactly clear who had more chips. With about 55,000 in the middle the loser of the hand would essentially be out. With a flop Wade went from pent house to potential out house in a matter of seconds. A turn and a river were no help to Wade. Chips were counted and Wade held 125 more chips than his opponent so he still had at least one hand to play.
That one last hand came during the very next deal where Wade moved in for less than the big blind and only managed to get one caller after the player in the big blind isolated Wade with a raise, scaring everyone else away.
The dealer spread out a board and Wade was eliminated. With a quick "good luck everybody" Wade started his walk out of the Brasilia room.