Shaun Deeb is probably on suicide watch right after this hand that finished the end of the last level. There had been an opening raise to 4,600 before Shaun Deeb made it 15,600 to go. Max Heinzelmann then cold four-bet to 31,300 which forced the original raiser to fold.
Deeb, however, wasn't going anywhere and put out a five-bet to 68,600 with about 170,000 or so behind but Heinzelmann didn't take much time in moving all in and Deeb snap-called quicker than a speeding cobra.
Heinzelmann was in hot water but there was a glimmer of hope when the flop came , the on the turn made some split outs possible but the on the river was greeted with audible groans from most of the audience as the German escaped with a pot worth over 400,000.
Deep has just ten big blinds left whereas Heinzelman, who only turned 21 just over a week ago, now has a stack with which he can really bully this feature table.