Fedor Holz opened to 60,000 from the small blind and was called by Andras Nemeth in the big blind.
Holz bet 90,000 after the came on the flop and Nemeth called. Holz then fired out for a pot-sized bet of 300,000 after the appeared on the turn and Nemeth called again.
The completed the board on the river and Holz bet the pot of 900,000 leaving just 92,215 behind. Nemeth used a bit of his time bank before he made the call.
Holz turned over for a straight and won a huge pot after Nemeth turned over to propel up to second place in the tournament.
Nemeth then dusted off the rest of his short stack the next hand but did manage a pay jump going out in 304th place with the top 305 players guaranteed at least a $1,300 payout.