Daniel Rezaei raised to 20,000 and was called by Viliyan Petleshkov in the cutoff and Christopher Back on the button. On the flop of , action checked to Back and the Canadian bet 40,000. Only Rezaei came along for the ride and check-called an even bigger bet of 150,000 on the turn.
The fell on the river and Rezaei checked, prompting Back to move all in for more than 240,000.
"Wow, I guess I really gonna bust in the last hand," Rezaei said and gave it brief consideration before calling.
Back tabled the for the nut flush and Rezaei mucked for turned two pair and an inferior flush on the river.
One table over, Ivaylo Sivinov managed to back in the very last hand again after already doing so in the final hand of Day 1a.