Ngoc Tai Hoang limped in with the and Nino Ullmann checked his option with the . The flop gave Ullmann two pair and Hoang bet 300,000, which Ullmann called.
The fell on the turn and Hoang checked, which prompted a bet of 800,000 by Ullmann. Hoang moved all-in and Ullmann called for 3,650,000 after short consideration.
A repeat five came with the river, which counterfeited the two pair of Ullmann and sent the German and Vienna resident to the rail in 4th place for A$480,160.
In his interview after the elimination, Ullmann outlined what grind it had been to make it to the final table.
"The field wasn't really tough, it's just a long grind. It's been 10+ hour days three in a row. exhausting, you have to stay focused not punt if off."
Another trip to Melbourne for the Aussie Millions in the next year, however, seems likely.
"The flight back is quite long. I haven't seen much of Melbourne so might combine it with Australia travel next year. We'll see.