David Peters was one of three players to enter on at the start of Day 2, and his €100,000 bought him about an hour of play. That's because he was just eliminated at the hands of Justin Bonomo.
It happened when Peters moved all in over the top of a 12,000 open for 118,000 total. Justin Bonomo ended up moving all in over the top from the small blind, which drove out the original raiser.
It was a classic flip, but Bonomo jumped out to a lead when the flop failed to helps Peters. The turn meant he needed either an ace or queen to extended his tournament life, but it was not meant to be as the blanked.