Daniel Kirsch opened the action with a raise from middle position to 100,000. Robin Hegele shoved all in from the cutoff for 475,000 and Mario Navarro cold four-bet all in over the top of both players from the small blind. Kirsch quickly called off his 1.175 million and the three hands were tabled.
Kirsch was in pole position for more than a double as the dealer burned the first card and began to count out three cards onto the felt. Those three cards were then turned over and fanned out to show , giving Navarro the nut flush draw and Hegele outs to a backdoor straight.
The turn added more drama bringing direct outs to the gutshot straight draw for Hegele to take the main pot and triple. However, the river fell and Kirsch was able to breathe a sigh of relief as he collected Hegele's stack and had his own counted out to be matched at the expense of Navarro.