In back to back hands Roman Korenev just lost his entire stack, twice with the same hand and twice against the same player.
By shoving, reshoving, stealing and three betting Korenev hard worked his stack up to 2.1 million. It would do him no good though, before he knew it all of his chips were in front of Rumen Nanev.
In the first hand it was Frei Dilling who opened to 80,000 under the gun. Right next to him was Rumen Nanev and he declared all in for 845,000. Action folded to Korenev in the small blind who pushed all in himself. The big blind folded, and so did Dilling.
The flop didn't improve anyone directly with . The gave Nanev a gutshot next to the three outs he already had. The river was the and Nanev doubled through Korenev.
The next hand would be a similar scenario. The two ended up all in pre flop again, this time it was a coin flip:
No improvement for Korenev, while he did need it this time. on the board and Korenev left for the exit.
The remaining nine players are now reseated to the feature table where they'll play till a final table of eight. One more player has to bust, then this day will be in the books.