It was a tale of two hands against Brazilians that sent Fedor Holz out in 14th place.
He was first raising from under the gun and then jammed into the committed three-bet by Bruno Volkmann out of the small blind for more than 1.4 million in total.
The board ran out and Holz was left short.
What followed was a tango with Dzivielevski as four bets were needed to get the remaining chips in.
Holz improved on the and stayed in the lead on the turn. However, the river gave Dzivielevski queens full.