Within two hands, the stack of Andras Nemeth was not only decimated but reduced to zero, as the Hungarian had to settle for fifth place.
Byron Kaverman jammed blind-on-blind for 535,000 to get called by Nemeth in the big blind and that set up the following showdown.
The board gave Kaverman trips fours and Nemeth was down to a mere 205,000.
One hand later, Nemeth got it in blind and Daniel Dvoress called without looking at his cards in the big blind.
Dvoress took the lead on the flop and retained it on the turn. The river was another blank and Nemeth was sent to the payout desk to collect €138,590 for his fifth place finish.