Dylan Honeyman just raised to 50,000 and the action just folded to Mike Habb in the small blind and he made it 112,000, saying, "Oops, I wanted to call," on Samantha Abernathy's big blind.
"It's a raise, sir," the dealer announced.
Abernathy then moved all in, which was enough to cover Habb who had about 400,000 chips left, and Habb went into the tank, putting his head in his hand.
After a while Habb called, and slammed onto the table.
Abernathy was in bad shape holding , and the flop brought out .
Habb, up to his usual antics screaming and cheering for himself, pointed at the sky while waiting for the turn.
The turn brought the , and Habb kept his arm aloft, but that quickly changed when the shattered his dreams.
Abernathy jumped up out of her seat, and ran over to hug Kitty Kuo, while Habb was left in disbelief.
Habb shook everyone's hand before leaving the tournament room, and we'll forever remember him as the man who made the 2016 Aussie Millions Main Event very entertaining.