Vincent Wan was in the cutoff, and raised to 325,000 and Erik Seidel three-bet all in for 2,875,000. Wan rechecked his cards before calling.
Seidel was in bad shape but spiked a ten on the flop. However, the flop gave Wan a pair as well, meaning Seidel would need to spike one of the remaining two tens in the deck.
The turn was the and the river the and Wan jumped to his feet, pumping the air in celebration as he sent Seidel to the rail in fifth place.
"He's supposed to call in that spot," said Seidel. "Sometimes you just have to go with a hand. Nino [Ullmann] is the strongest player remaining. I like their game a lot. The other guys obviously have some game and have come a long way, and made some excellent plays along the way."