Benny Spindler, who won the EPT London Main Event back in 2011, began the day second in chips, but he was never able to get anything going at the final table. He watched his chips dwindle, until he made a stand against Vitaly Lunkin.
It happened when Lunkin opened for 60,000 and Spindler moved all in from the hijack for approximately 675,000. Action folded back to Lunkin and he quietly whispered, "Call."
Spindler's face seemed to indicate that he was thinking, "That's just my luck."
He then began to rise as the dealer put out the flop. Neither the turn nor river helped Spindler, and he had to settle for seventh place and €66,350.