In the final hand of the night, Ivan Soshnikov raised it up to 80,000 from the cutoff seat. 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event champion Martin Jacobson moved all in for 360,000 from the button. Both blinds folded their hands before Soshnikov made the call with the . Jacobson had the .
Jacobson was in trouble, but he had plenty of opportunity to win the pot. The Swede would flop well as the dealer spread out an flop. However, his lead would not last long as the spiked on the turn to give Soshnikov a full house. Jacobson would not find any help on the river as the completed the board, sending the $10 million man to the rail and leaving the remaining seven players all in the money.