Alen Bilic opened for 45,000 from the hijack and Darrell Goh responded with a three-bet to 117,000 from the small blind. Bilic then announced he was all in, and Goh snap-called off for approximately 600,000 total.
It was a flip, but Goh needed to improve to stay alive. The flop didn't do it, and neither did the turn. Goh needed either an ace or king to extend his EPT12 Malta Main Event, but it wasn't in the cards as the blanked on the river.