Hand #119: Daniel Negreanu moved all in for 12,600,000 and Keith Tilston called.
"Just an ace," said Negreanu. "We need an ace to beat a queen," he told his rail.
The flop came . The assembled crowd were on their feet, craning their necks to see the on the turn. Negreanu needed to avoid six outs that would see his quest for a seventh bracelet thwarted, and there was an audible groan from the crowd as the hit on the river, pairing Tilston and Negreanu was eliminated.
"Tied the record for most second-places ever," said Negreanu. "Along with Phil Hellmuth."