Hand #170: In the 9th hand of heads up play, Harpreet Gill limped in with . Kenneth Smaron wasn't settling for that and bumped it up to 350,000 with .
Without much hesitation, Gill moved in for 2,615,000. Smaron asked for a count and contemplated what to do for a bit before he decided to go for it and call.
The pot was 5,250,000 and Smaron was the slight favorite but Gill was very much live. The flop came , giving Smaron a royal flush draw while Gill picked up a gutshot but lost the tens as outs.
The on the river was inconsequential and so was the on the river. and just like that, after just 20 minutes or so of heads up play, a champion was crowned. Harpreet Gill had to settle for second place, banking $217,860.