After a lengthy build up and lots of hand-for-hand play, the money bubble has finally burst on the 6-Max Re-entry. There were several hands where the at-risk player managed to survive and double or even triple their chips, but, eventually, it came down to a familiar pre-flop all in.
In this case, it was Konstantin Shukhman up against Maximilian Droege. Droege had been quite active shortly before and on the bubble, and Shukhman took advantage when he woke up with big slick. Droege had made an opening raise to 30K. After the other players folded, Shukhman seized his opportunity and moved all in. Droege, who had Shukhman covered by a wide margin, made the call, and the players waited in anticipation for the hands to finish on the other tables so they could run the board. Unfortunately for Shukhman, the best pre-flop hand did not hold up, as Droege rivered a straight to take down the pot.
The bubble hand: