Andrei Konopelko moved all in for 111,000 in early position, and the action folded all the way to Kyle Sorel in the big blind.
"Call," he said excitedly, showing .
Konopelko shook his head before showing .
The flop fell , giving Konopelko an open-ended straight draw, but the on the turn took away two of his outs. Not realizing the paired board removed his ace outs, Konopelko still celebrated when the completed the board, until he realized it gave Sorel a full house.
"Not enough," Sorel said, smiling.
Konopelko was off to the payout desk, while Sorel soared to 1.115 million chips.