By winning a live satellite last night, Alex DiFelice had the pleasure of joining the €25,750 Super High Roller at a massive discount. The Canadian wasn't able to turn that small investment into a profit, as he became the latest player to bust from the tournament.
DiFelice looked down at in middle position and opened up the action with a raise to 4,500. Nariman Yaghmai elected to call on the button with . The flop promised fireworks, and on the turn all the chips flew into the middle.
DiFelice just needed to dodge a spade to score the double-up, but the dealer had other plans by flipping the on the river. Yaghmai improved his two pair to a flush, edging out DiFelice's top set and forcing him to the rail.