Paul Mooney raised in the cutoff to 16,000 and Dominic Nitsche defended his big blind.
The flop came Qs 9h 7s.
Nitsche checked, Mooney continuation bet, and Nitsche moved all-in for less than 100,000.
It was an easy call for Mooney with 9c 9s, but Nitsche had the right kind of equity to give it a go. He tabled Jc Td. The turn was the 2h and the river the Th.
You might think, with all his success and calculation, that Dominic Nitsche was an infallible tournament poker god. Well the infallible has fallen, and some other ubermensch, everyman, or everywoman, will be the last standing.