It didn't take long for the final table bubble to burst, and it wasn't Micah Raskin. Instead, it was Chris Klodnicki.
It happened when Klodnicki opened for 40,000 from middle position and action folded to Mike Watson in the small blind. Watson looked over at Bryn Kenney's short stack in the big and decided to just move all in. Kenney quickly folded and after a moment's hesitation, Klodnicki committed for right around 400,000.
It was the worst possible spot for Klodnicki as he had run straight into pocket rockets. The flop was as dry as could be for Klodnicki, and the turn left him drawing dead. The meaningless was put out on the river for good measure, and Klodnicki exited the tournament in ninth place. With that, the final table is set.