Bruno Politano Eliminated in 10th Place ($10,129)
Coming back for the final day with the shortest stack, Bruno Politano fought bravely but his tally eventually couldn't last longer than until the unofficial final table.
Politano's final hand started with Allan Le's open from the lowjack. Le raised to 52,000 and Politano shoved all in from the button. He cut his chips so that everyone could make a quick count, and it was 179,000 total. Le didn't hesitate and called.
Politano had aces but Le held double suited one-gappers, seeking a drawy flop to have a chance for the knockout.
Le got more than that as the dealer rolled over the , hurting Politano's feelings. "He flopped a flush," Politano informed his fans in the rail, with a heart-broken voice.
The turn left Politano drawing that as he knew he was going to depart in 10th place before the landed on the river. The 888 Ambassador picked up $10,129 for his efforts and the tournament continues with the official nine-handed final table.