Ludovic Geilich raised to 175,000 under the gun to leave him with 60,000 behind and Daniel Dvoress called, leaving himself 25,000 behind. Action made its way around to Masato Yokosawa in the big blind and he announced he was all in. Geilich and Dvoress both called for a three-way all-in situation.
Dvoress was ahead for the time being but that changed when the flop came , giving both other players a pair and putting Yokosawa out in front in position for a double knockout. However, the turn gave Geilich trips and the river completed the runout to give him the near triple, knocking out Dvoress along the way.
"Blessed," said somebody on the rail. "Must be nice."
Geilich responded as he stacked his chips, "Definitely not blessed, that's for sure." Nonetheless, he was able to stay alive as Dvoress exited the tournament in 12th place.