After a raise to 7,500 from early position, Victor Nacim put in a reraise to 27,500. He got a call from Dennis McKelvey in the cutoff while the rest of the table got out of the way.
On the flop, Nacim continued for 15,500 and again got a call from McKelvey.
On the river, Nacim fired for 27,500 again, and again McKelvey made the call.
On the , Nacim moved all in. McKelvey would have the effective stack of about 33,000. McKelvey took a few minutes to make his decision, eventually starting to list all the hands that he was losing to, before announcing "I fold my queens" and tossing face up into the muck.
"Good fold," Nacim told him, as he raked in the pot. Nacim didn't show his cards, but was believed to have .
"If I shove on the flop do you fold?" McKelvey asked, to which Nacim said yes.
"No way you're going anywhere with two overs and the nut flush draw," another player claimed of Nacim.
In early position, Robert McMillan limped it. Barry Greenstein is just on his left and he folded, like almost all the players.
Carl Oman completed his small blind and Graig Vancil checked in the big blind. Then on a flop, McMillan bet 8,500 and both players folded. Robert McMillan took the pot.
While he was stacking his chips, a player from another table just came and said to McMillan "hey, congrats for the tournament!"
Then, on his table, Judith Bielan just asked, "Did you win something big ?" and McMillan just answered her by pointing his finger on the table. He is still the defending champion, until the end of this tournament.