After shoving the hand before and swiping the blinds and antes, an under-the-gun Emil Olsson moved all in for a second time for 475,000. This time Garrett Greer called him from the cutoff, and after the button and blinds all folded, the cards were turned on their backs.
Olsson had some major kicker issues, and things didn't look too good on the flop. "Chop outs," Greer pointed out when the paired the board on the turn, which inspired the slightest of smiles from Olsson. The dealer burned on last time and put out the on the river. The card failed to help Olsson and his 2014 WSOP Main Event came to an end in the last level of Day 5.