Eugene Katchalov had slowly been grinded down throughout the day, and had just about 7,500 chips when he decided to make a stand. He shoved all of his chips in early position, and Johannes Van Til was the only caller.
Katchalov would have to win a flip to survive, and the flop gave him no help, coming . The on the turn didn't help either, and Katchalov would need an ace or king to continue on. The river brought the , and he was eliminated, ending his 2011 WSOP.