It didn't take too long to burst the money bubble.
In the first hand of hand-for-hand play, Davidi Kitai opened for 17,000 under the gun and action folded to Igor Yaroshevskyy, who was in the big blind and extremely short stack. The Ukrainian wasn't about to try to grind it out and instead splashed in his stack of 28,000. Kitai called and the two had to wait several minutes while action concluded at the outer tables.
Eventually the time came for them to turn up their cards.
Yaroshevskyy was behind, but at least he was drawing to two live cards. The flop didn't hit him directly, but it did give him a gutshot to go with his live cards. The turn was no help to him, and neither was the river. With that, the bubble was burst.
Yaroshevskyy's elimination in 32nd place means the remaining players are guaranteed a minimum payday of €46,150.