Rob Angood, who lost most of his chips to Brendon Rubie, just had his tournament life ended by the same culprit. It happened when Angood got all in preflop holding and was racing against the of Rubie.
The in the window was bad news for Angood, as was the rest of the flop . . . . He would need a seven or running cards to stay alive, but it was not in the cards as the and appeared on the turn and river. Angood was eliminated in third place, good for $80,000 AUD.