Dinner may have given Wade new energy to play but it also took away the momentum he had earlier. After losing the big pot to Speranza he lost another very important hand. There was a 28,000 shove which Wade decided to call with , his opponent tabled . The board ran out knocking Wade all the way back to 11,000 chips.
Moments later he managed to double up with he got it in with against hitting a king on the board. Wade got all the way back up to 31,500 when Freddy Deeb decided to raise to 5,000 from the cut-off. Wade three-bet all-in from the small blind and his rival Alessandro Speranza called from the big blind. Deeb folded so we got to see a heads up showdown.
The board ran out leaving Wade with a €5,789 payout but no WSOPE bracelet. Speranza is doing very well once again with almost 150,000 chips.