Mike Ross checked his big blind after Ron Ware limped in, and he then check-called a bet on . Both checked the , and the river was a . Ross checked and Ware bet. Ross called after some thought, and Ware turned over for two pair.
"So sick," Ross said, showing . "He was dead to a nine."
Ross raised to 105,000, and Ware called. On the flop, Ross bet 175,000 and Ware called. When a arrived on the turn, Ware simply moved all in.
"I don't know if I can fold this," Ross said as he stood out of his seat. "I got a big draw, buddy. And I love a draw."
Ross decided to call and turned over . Ware held , so Ross would need a heart, nine, or ace to survive. The river was a though, and Ross' sizable rail went quiet, as Ware locked up the tournament.