Konstantinos Mamaliadis came in for a raise to 41,000 in the hijack, and he got a call from two players: Sam Silverman in the cutoff, and Tom Koral on the button. The dealer fanned out , and Mamaliadis led out for 76,000. Silverman instantly called that bet, and Koral got out of the way, leaving them heads up.
The turn came the , and Mamaliadis fired out again, this time for 156,000. Silverman cut out the chips for the call and started to shuffle them. After about 30 seconds of shuffling, Silverman announced all in, and before he finished the words, Mamaliadis had already announced call, slammed for a flopped full house on the table, and got out of his chair. Silverman showed for trip sixes and a useless flush draw. Silverman would need the case six to scoop the pot, but he wouldn't get it, as the river was the .
Mamaliadis won the pot, upping his stack to an above average 1.66 million, while Silverman is out of this years main event.