Jason Mercier raised from middle position to 2,400 which opened the action preflop. The player to his left called, as did Mikhail Tulchinskiy on the button and both of the blinds.
The flop was and the players in the blinds checked to Mercier. He bet out 3,900 and the two players in position were the only callers.
The turn was the . Mercier checked this time, the opponent to his left bet 6,200 and Tulchinskiy raised to 16,000. Mercier couldn't get rid of his hand fast enough and action was back on the last remaining opponent. He decided to raise again to 41,200 and Tulchinskiy wasted little time moving all in for 90,000. The opponent had him covered and quickly made the call so that the hands were revealed.
Tulchinskiy was drawing a slim as it gets. The didn't do it for him and he hits the rail an hour short of Day 3.