Hand #76: Svetlozar Nestorov raised to 4,800,000 from the under-the-gun position and was called by Luis Vazquez in the small blind. Renato Kaneoya shoved all in from the big blind and Nestorov asked for a count. The dealer confirmed the amount was 42,900,000 and Nestorov went deep into the tank. After a while, Vazquez called the clock on Nestorov. The floor came over and gave Nestorov a minute longer to consider his options. After the minute was over, the floor gave Nestorov 30 seconds to make a decision. The floor started counting down from five and Nestorov called. Vazquez snap-folded.
The flop came to give Kaneoya two pair. The turn brought them the which gave Nestorov some extra outs as any seven, eight, or queen would give Nestorov a straight or a set.
The came on the river and the Bulgarian rail went crazy as Nestorov hit his set to eliminate the Day 2 chip leader in fourth place for $90,599.