In the next hand after Stephen Chidwick fell, Martin Finger joined him on the rail.
Finger, who won the EPT10 London £50,000 Super High Roller for £821,000 last year, moved all in from the cutoff after action folded to him, and Davidi Kitai woke up with a little something in the big blind to make the call.
According to the PokerNews Odds Calculator, Kitai was a 67.34% favorite to win the hand while Finger would stay alive 32.24% of the time. The flop paired Finger's eight, but he still dropped to 26.57% while Kitai became a 73.43% favorite.
The turn knocked Finger down even further to 18.18%, which meant Kitai would win 81.81% of the time headed to the river. Indeed, it proved to be one of those times as the blanked. Finger failed to get there and will take home €256,400 for his sixth-place finish.