Bill Perkins opened for 200,000 from the hijack with the only to have Timothy Adams three-bet all in for 1.13 million from the small blind with the . The big folded and Perkins snap-called only to discover that he was dominated.
The flop was dry as can be, and Perkins began calling for cards to chop. Despite him believing he could catch running cards to chop, Perkins' only chance to win the hand was to catch a six. After the turned, Perkins realized he was incorrect about the chop possibilities and began to count out chips. As he was doing so, the dealer burned one last time and put out the ! Perkins hit two outer to send Adams, who if you recall bubbled the €50,000 Super High Roller in Barcelona in eighth place, to the rail in sixth place for £175,200.