Fabio Colonese opened the cutoff for 4 million with . Sergio Luis Di Pego tanked for a bit on the button before he decided to shove with his for 21 million. The blinds got quickly out of the way but Colonese called right away.
It was a coinflip and while Colonese didn’t hit, he still had a 40 percent chance of winning after the flop.
The on the turn gave Colonese the straight and all Di Pego could still hope for was a chop if a queen would hit. Instead the completed the board and Di Pego exited in sixth place for $170,000.
The remaining five players are now guaranteed $230,000.
|Sergio Luis Di Pego||Busted||-24,000,000|