Players then went on a short break and once action resumed they wasted no time getting back to the thick of it.
Alessio Isaia limped in for 1,200,000 from the button. Vadzim Godzdanker responded by putting the Italian all in for his last 14,000,000 chips. Isaia almost beat him into the pot and cards were on their backs, folks.
Isaia was ahead but it was just a 65%/35% flip. With two live cards the flop came down to put Godzdanker ahead.
A turn was flipped and a gave Isaia a lot more outs, now any club would give him the double up.
The didn't improve Isaia, knocking him out in 2nd for $94,000 and giving Godzdanker the win as his one-woman rail screamed with joy for him.
A full-recap including winners interview will be available shortly.