We found Hans Joaquim Hein all in before the flop for about 180,000 in chips. Alban Juen called only to find that Hein held and was way ahead of Juen's .
The table let out a collective gasp, however, when the flop came , giving Juen both flush and straight draws. The quickly rolled off on the turn and gave Juen the nut flush. Hein could still fill up on the river, but failed to as the completed the board.
Juen is now sitting on a stack of 1,960,000 while Hein was forced to the rail, left only with a story of how his aces were cracked to bust from the most important tournament of the year. Oh yeah, and the $44,655 he received in prize money.