Michael Kane was getting suspiciously short but won a little back by putting his 535,000 at risk over a 125,000 open from Pierre Neuville. Neuville folded and Kane chipped up to 710,000.
The very next hand the Scot was all-in once again. Stefan Jedlicka opened the button to 100,000, Kane announced all-in, Jorgensen folded in the big blind and as soon as the dealer had confirmed the amount, Jedlicka put in the chips.
Kane's was looking for help against the of Jedlicka, and he did get a few additional outs to a chop on the flop.
The turn was as exciting as it gets as the rolled off, giving Kane two pair and Jedlicka the flush draw.
The river completed the diamond flush for the Austrian, and thus Kane joined his buddies Ludovic Geilich and Niall Farrell on the rail.