Ryan Olisar's tournament life has just come to an end over the course of two hands. The first hand saw Olisar open to 160,000 from under the gun, at which point Amanada Musumeci moved all in from the button. The blinds out of the way and Olisar made a quick call.
Olisar turned over and Musumeci tabled . It was off to the races, with Musumeci the one at risk. Well, she was at risk until had been dealt on the board and then Olisar was drawing dead and the meaningless river would change nothing.
Olisar was left with only 60,000 at this point and after the 10,000-chip ante, would be all in from the big blind the very next hand. All three players limped during this hand and then checked it down as the board was dealt out.
Olisar watched as Derrick Huang turned over , Musumeci tabled and Ashkan Razavi held , the best hand - a pair of fives. Now it was Olisar's turn to show his cards.
Olisar slowly looked at his cards and turned over the first. "I have a flush draw," he said before slowly peeling back his second card like it was baccarat. Unfortunately it was the and it was all over in 4th place for Olisar.