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We hereby demonstrate the surgery of a 89 years old male patient with primary angle closure glaucoma, pseudoexfoliation with primary phacodenesis and a brown cataract. Iris hooks were used for the iris first, then in the bag. Cataract was removed. Incipient choroidal haemorrhage was noted. Simcoe cannula saves the day. Capsular bag was removed in one piece and intact and globe was closed.