While Sergio Aido Espina was being eliminated on one of the outer tables, Jose Manuel Nadal Sordo was axed at the other.
We're not sure of the betting, but we do know it was blind-versus-blind and Sordo was all in for his last 200,000 or so from the big with and at risk against Mikhail Petrov, who held in the small blind.
It was a hand reminiscent of Espina's elimination, and like that hand the queens would hit a set as the flop came down . The turn meant Sordo could still win with a king on the river, but it wasn't in the cards as the blanked.
With that, Sordo exited in 16th place and the final 15 players will now combine to the final two tables.