Ludovic Geilich was under the gun and raised to 45,000, prompting action to fold around to Sam Greenwood in the big blind. Greenwood looked down at his hand and then looked over to the other table. He used up his shot clock and tossed in an extension, picking up the rest of his cards and fanning them out to count them. He proceeded to use every extension as play continued on the adjacent table and then went all in for his last few big blinds once he could wait no longer. Geilich quickly called.
"I have a really good hand," said Greenwood as he turned over his hand, happy that he had not been dealt two rags in the big blind with such a short stack. However, he was still behind and his odds only deteriorated from there as the flop came . He said that maybe a club would come on the turn, but instead it fell to give Geilich aces up and leave Greenwood drawing dead.
Geilich's hand was tabled barely in front of him in the two-seat so he took it and tossed it a little further out towards the middle of the table as the river fell to complete the runout with his two pair being displayed as the best hand, ending Greenwood's run at a second High Roller title for the series in the process.