Viktor Taranenko was short when the bubble started and didn't manage to build any momentum up during the bubble as he was forced all-in in the big blind for his last 12,000 after paying the 12,000 ante. Gary Hasson raised to 29,000 from under the gun and the rest of the table quickly folded. They had to wait till all action was closed on the other tables before their cards could go on their backs. Hasson was the first to show and then Taranenko slowly revealed his cards that he hadn't looked at yet.
The dealer slowly revealed the flop which didn't change the situation at all as Hasson was still in front.
The turn was the kept Taranenko behind, looking for a ten or four on the river.
The on the river completed the board for Taranenko to bust in 82nd place without a cash. Taranenko qualified online for €0.01 and was bitterly disappointed to not have made the money. He quickly left the tournament area, clearly upset, while the rest of the players celebrated their min-cash and rushed to the buffet to enjoy their 60-minute dinner break.
When the players return from their dinner break, they will have 72 minutes left to play of Level 17 which features a small blind of 6,000, big blind of 12,000, and a big blind ante of 12,000.