Hand #215: Dunst started on the button and raised his to 325,000. Engel found the and three-bet to 925,000. Dunst made the call to see a flop come , and Engel, with nothing really, bet 825,000 into the pot of 1.9 million. Dunst, having flopped middle pair, made the call.
The on the turn gave Engel the best hand, and he fired 1.7 million. Dunst made the call pretty quickly, and off to the river they went.
The fell on the end, and, with 6.8 million in the pot, Engel shoved all in for effectively 6.1 million. Dunst tanked long and hard, and the more he thought, the more it became apparent that something was telling him Engel was up to something. After all, Dunst had just fourth pair on board.
Eventually, Dunst made the call, but all he could do was muck his hand upon seeing Engel's pair of jacks.
Dunst, who spent several years of his life living in Melbourne, Australia, earned AU$1 million for his runner-up finish, which was better than his previous best score of $452,729.