Jan Suchanek opened for 1,400 under the gun and a short-stacked Ken Demlakian three-bet jammed from the button for his last 5,000. 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event champ Jonathan Duhamel then four-bet to 10,500 from the small blind, but the isolation didn't work as Suchanek called to see a flop.
Both players checked, the dealer burned and turned the , and Duhamel led out for 12,000. Suchanek quickly folded and the cards were turned up.
"I have zero outs," Demlakian said upon seeing his opponent's cards. Indeed, that was the case and he began to to stand as the dealer put out the meaningless on the river. "Good luck guys," Demlakian offered before taking his leave from the 2014 WSOP APAC.