Sylvain Loosli had the button in Seat 1.
Fresh off his double up, Michiel Brummelhuis opened to 1.5 million from the small blind after action folded to him. In the big blind, Ryan Riess reraised to 3.2 million. Brummelhuis moved all in for 15.55 million, and Riess snapped!
Riess showed the , while Brummelhuis once again had pocket nines — the .
The flop was clean for Riess and his rockets when the fell. The turn was the , leaving Brummelhuis needing a nine on the river.
The dealer burned one last time and dealt the ... the last card Brummelhuis would see in the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event. He finished in seventh place for $1,255,356, while Riess moved back into the lead in a big way.