Right before the break it was Fabian Quoss who lost all his chips in two hands versus Jonathan Karamalikis. The board read with about 20,000 chips in the pot when Karamalikis moved all in for 22,400. Quoss made the call and mucked when Karamalikis showed for a rivered pair of nines.
On the very next hand the board showed when Quoss ended up all in for his tournament life. The German showed and was ahead against Karamalikis' .
"Bink," Karamalikis said right before the dealer put the on the river giving the Aussie a straight. Quoss was knocked out and decided to give it another go. He's back in the tournament.