The first three hands of heads-up saw a couple of button folds, then a raise-and-take for Matt Jarvis.
On the fourth hand, Jarvis limped from the button and Justin Filtz checked his option. The flop came . Filtz checked, Jarvis bet, and Filtz called. Both checked the turn. The river then brought the . Filtz carved out 280,000 chips and set them forward, and after a bit of a think Jarvis made the call.
Filtz showed for a busted straight draw, while Jarvis had for a pair of fives. Jarvis bumps up close to 9 million, and Filtz down closer to 2 million.