In the very first hand after coming back from the break, Eoghan O'Dea raised the pot to 1,050,000 and Jeremy Ausmus three-bet the pot to 3,600,000 in the cutoff. O'Dea eventually stuck his stack in and Ausmus called for very few chips more.
The flop was a disaster for O'Dea, as his king would give Ausmus a straight and he was already in need of running cards to avoid the elimination. It was all over after the turn and he stood up, grabbed his belongings and shook hands with all remaining finalists while the meaningless came on the river.
O'Dea finished 6th in this very event two years ago and does so again in the 2019 edition, receiving $169,173 for his efforts.