Hand #134: Sean Swingruber moved all in on the button and Ben Yu quickly called off his stack of 2,790,000 with his tournament life on the line. Yu was happy about his position once the cards were on their backs.
The flop came and Yu was still way out front with his pair of sixes. However, the on the turn gave Swingruber a straight and flush draw to go with his one overcard. The river brought the and Swingruber made a flush to win the match and claim his first ever WSOP bracelet. Yu will have to settle for second place and $115,174.