Sergey Sergeev and Dominik Panka got it all in on a board. It was Sergeev who was at risked with his last 265,000 in the middle. Panka did cover him but only slightly.
Sergeev tabled for trip three's and he crushed Panka's . The Russian needed to dodge an ace on the river to score a huge double up.
The river was the and while Sergeev was stacking his chips, Panka was left with only a few big blinds.
"I raise without the nuts", said Panka. "That was not the best idea, my mom told me, I can fold", he continued. Not following his mothers advice can be costly as he is now serverely short-stacked.