Andras Nemeth was down to 51,000 and moved all in from early position. To his left, Ole Schemion asked for a count, before shoving all in as well. The rest of the table got out of the way and the cards were opened.
Schemion was way ahead with his aces and Nemeth needed some escape route to stay in the tournament.
The flop, gave Schemion a set but provided Nemeth with some runner runner outs.
The on the turn was the best card in the deck for the Hungarian, because now he had a flush and straight draw.
The that fell on the river, wasn't one of his outs and he was done for this tournament.