Hand #38: Philipp Caranica raised to 200,000 with , Martin Kabrhel shoved for 4,365,000 with . Caranica called with his tournament life at stake as he had the smaller stack with 1,905,000 chips.
The flop came , Kabrhel was still safe as his sevens were still good.
The on the turn meant that even though Kabrhel was still good for now, any three, ace or queen would mean that Caranica would double up for a big chunk of Kabrhel's stack.
The on the river was just the card Caranica needed to win the hand and double up.