A wild turn of events led to Aaron Massey hitting the rail while Laszlo Nagy secured an unlikely ladder into the top three.
Just a few moments prior, Massey and Nagy clashed in a hand that left Nagy with just one T-25,000 chip as the big blind beckoned.
As Laszlo was the big blind and he had only 25,000, he was committed to the pot and only eligible to win the ante - his own. Nagy found a pair of sixes and won his 25,000 back, extending his life for a few more minutes.
On the very next hand, Nagy was committed to the pot once again, this time in the small blind.
Eddy Konarske opened to 900,000 and Massey shoved for 1,100,000. After thinking it over, Konarske called and all three players turned over their cards, with Nagy and Massey at risk.
The board ran out , giving Konarske a pair of fours to knock out Massey- instead of giving the latter the chip lead. Nagy had kings and sevens to claim the small main pot and jump into the top three. Massey hit the rail in fourth place for $90,901.