Darren Rabinowitz opened the action for 160,000 and Andrew Phaedonos made the call. Chip leader Sorel Mizzi then three-bet to 450,000, Rabinowitz folded, and Phaedonos shoved all in for roughly half a million. Mizzi snap-called and Phaedonos discovered the bad news.
Phaedonos' rail were on their collective feat to watch the fate of the local Melbourne player. They began calling for a club, but there were silenced when the flop came down to give Mizzi top set. The turn gave them some hope as Phaedonos could make a straight with a ten, but lady luck refused to smile upon him and instead the completed the board.
Phaedonos' supporters were disappointed, but they gave their man a nice round of applause nonetheless. With that, the last Australian was eliminated from the tournament, which means there will be an Aussie Millions winner from North America for the first time.