Ali Imsirovic opened to 75,000, and Eric Worre called.
The flop fell , and Worre checked. Imsirovic fired for 100,000, and Worre called.
The dealer burned and turned the , and action checked through.
The river completed the board, and Worre bet 325,000. Imsirovic quickly moved all in, and Worre went into the tank.
“Dude, I have a great hand. I was slow playing you,” Worre said. “I don’t think I can fold.”
Worre used two time extensions and called.
Worre tabled for two pair queens and sevens, but Imsirovic tabled for a turned set of kings to collect the pot. After a count of the chips, Worre was left with just 10,000 chips.
The next hand Worre was all-in for his last 10,000, from the small blind and Imsirovic called from the big blind.
The board ran out , and Imsirovic’s ace-queen held to eliminate Worre in second place for $88,400.