After earlier eliminating a player from the tournament with pocket aces and doubling-up, Joel Douaglin has repeated the same punishment on yet another player.
Arriving at the table we found both Douaglin and his opponent trade raises until both had committed all their stacks.
The all in player was in for 65,700 and was at risk against Douaglin's over pair who had him covered.
Douaglin stepped up from the table and even turned around as the river card was exposed on the board before taking down the pot and storming into the chip lead.
Douaglin is no stranger to the Aussie Millions main event after finishing in 3rd place in 2015 (eventually won by Manny Stavropoulos) and has put himself in a great position for another potentially deep run.