Alen Bilic opened to 1,000 from the cutoff and Charles Chattha called before Ben Farrell then three-bet to 4,300. Only Bilic called and they saw the flop of . Farrell continued for 4,000 and Bilic cut out the chips for a call, proceeding to see the on the turn. Farrell chose his last option and moved all in for 36,525, a massive overbet compared to the size of the pot.
Bilic gave it a lot of thought and eventually called with slightly more chips.
The river was a blank and Bilic was left with only 2,700 chips, the EPT12 Malta runner up departed two hands later. "A bad day," he sighed when walking out of the tournament area. He will stick around for the regular 10k High Roller at the end of the festival, though. Farrell boosted his stack significantly and now has more than table neighbor Gavin O'Rourke.