And just like that we have our ninth place finisher and the final table is set.
Frei Dilling opened the button to 80,000 and from the small blind it was Gavin O'Rourke who pushed his remaining 655,000 to the middle. The big blind folded but Dilling instantly called.
O'Rourke needed some help but didn't get it on the flop: . O'Rourke was in need of runner runner something, or simply a queen or jack.
The turn was the which brought just one more out for O'Rourke. The would now make for quads on the board which would make O'Rourke's queen play.
It wasn't meant to be though as the hit and O'Rourke's hand didn't improve. The Irishman bubbles the final table but gets €60,800 for his effort.
The remaining eight players come back tomorrow at noon to battle it out for that first place prize of €816,000.