A short-stacked Artur Koren became the architect of his own demise after opening the action with a raise to 100,000 from middle position. Chip leader Mustapha Kanit asked Koren how much more he had behind (28,000) before making the call from the button and the rest of the table got out of the way.
Koren moved all-in for the last of his chips on the monochrome flop and Kanit quickly called.
Koren’s second pair was in front and the German player just needed to fade a diamond to stay alive. The turn kept Koren’s hopes alive but the river completed Kanit’s flush and Koren’s Aussie Millions Main Event run comes to an end.