It took just four hands for the first elimination of the final table, and it's no surprise that it was the short stack.
It happened when Patrik Antonius moved all in from early position for his last 190,000 holding the . Action folded to Timothy Adams in the big blind and he opted to call with the . According to the PokerNews Odds Calculator, the hand would be chopped 90.68% of the time while Antonius, who had suited cards, would double 7.16% of the time. Adams would four-flush just 2.17% of the time.
Adams' chances were slim, but they jumped to 36.36% when the flop gave him a freeroll. The turn dropped Adams' chances to 20.45%, meaning the two would chop 79.55% of the time. Unfortunately for Antonius, Adams' long shot came in when the spiked on the river. Antonius, who registered for the tournament at the start of Day 2, exited the stage and made his way to the payout desk in eighth place to collect £109,455.