In an unbelievable turn of events we just lost David 'Devil Fish" Ulliot in sixth place. It all started when Sorel Mizzi moved all in from the button for 555,000 chips. Ulliot tanked for a while and called from the small blind.
Jason Lavallee was next to act and he moved all in over the top within a second to put Ulliot in a very tough spot. Both Ulliot and Lavallee pushed forward 555,000 chips and the former looked down at his remaining 900,000 chips, as he was contemplating a call.
During Ulliot's decision making process Mizzi joked around with the players on the rail and Lavallee had a hard time not laughing, as he was in a position to potentially take out two players.
"Call," Ulliott ultimately announced while the three short stacks seemed to be in shock.
"Please don't have an ace, please don't have an ace," Mizzi said, as the cards were turned on their backs.
Nobody had an ace besides Mizzi who flopped extremely good when appeared. The turn brought the and the river the giving Mizzi a triple up and Lavallee the remainder of Ulliot's chips.
"If I win that hand I just walk away with the trophy," Lavallee sighed as was very close to being four-handed with almost all of the remaining chips.
"I would've just gone out to celebrate for a level and a half before coming back," Lavallee added with a smile as he will now have to deal with Mizzi's dangerous stack.