We're not sure of the preflop action, but we do know Jeremy Simon got his stack of roughly 400,000 all in from the small blind holding and was well behind the of Jarrod Glennon in the big.
The flop was disaster for Simon as it delivered Glennon two pair. In order to survive Simon needed running cards, but the turn put an end to that. Simon was drawing dead headed to the river, which came the . Simon was eliminated in 18th place for AU$55,000 while Glennon chipped up to 1.1 million.
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