Hand #11: Timothy Su open-shoved for 17,700,000 first to act and Zhen Cai from one seat over asked for a count. Cai went into the think tank and folded, however, it was Hossein Ensan that made the call in the cutoff.
The flop improved Ensan to jacks and fives to let the German rail celebrate. Nothing changed with the turn and the river further improved Ensan to a full house.
Su had lost a big pot to Ensan on Day 7 to go from one of the chip leaders to short stack and his nemesis would deal the final blow 11 hands into the final table to send Su to the rail in 8th place for $1,250,000.