Things can change a lot over the course of two hands. For instance, Heinz Kamutzki went from contending for AUD$1.6 million to sitting on the rail.
In the first hand, Ying Kit Chan got his stack of 258,000 all in preflop holding the and was racing against the of Kamutzki. The flop kept Kamutzki in the lead, but he had a sweat as the turn gave Chan a flush draw to go with his gutshot straight draw and overs. Much to Kamutzki's dismay, the river gave Chan the straight and crippled Kamutzki.
Not long after, Kamutzki moved all in for 46,000 under the gun and received a call from Jie Gao in the small blind.
The flop gave Gao a hammerlock on the hand, and the turn would leave Kamutzki drawing dead. The was run out on the river for good measure, and then Kamutzki made his way to the payout desk in 29th place.