He started the final table 2nd in chips but Andrew Hills just couldn’t hold on.
First he lost a huge chunk of his chips against Maxime Canevet and then doubled up luckily against Erik Ostergaard, but he soon found himself at the bottom of the counts again.
Now, he was just all-in again against Ostergaard.
After Abdalah Fakhreddine opened from the hi-jack Ostergaard moved all-in with A♣ 6♣.
Hills found J♠ J♦ and called the all-in.
The board fell 3♥ Q♠ 8♣ 3♣ Q♣ and Ostergaard made a flush.
It took him and the dealer some time to realize it, but eventually he did win the pot. And did a small dance at the side of the table.
Hills is out in 6th position for €53k. Players have begun discussing a deal and play has paused while they do. Here are the current chip counts: