After sending a double up to Luca Beretta, Sulaiman Sesay was on the short stack with just 370,000 chips remaining. He found himself all in and at risk against Deivis Rinkevicius in a coin flip.
The flop of gave Rinkevicius a set of sevens and things looked grim for Sesay. The on the turn gave him a straight draw but the on the river was not meant to be as Sesay was eliminated in 10th place.
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