Hand #1: Martin Zamani opened to 500,000 on the button and received a call from Kenneth Payne, who defended his big blind. The flop came and Payne checked to Zamani, who made a continuation-bet of 2 million, nearly double the pot. Payne thought for a few moments and called.
The turn came and Payne checked. Zamani immediately said he was all in. Two minutes later, Payne found a call for 9 million.
"You got me, good call," said Zamani as he tabled .
Payne showed , prompting a response of surprise from Zamani.
The river left Payne out in front and he earned the double as a result, leaving Zamani with 5.6 million.
Hand #2: On the following hand, Zamani raised his option over a small-blind completion from Payne and the two went to a flop of . Payne check-called a bet, and proceeded to do the same on the turn . Payne checked again on the river and Zamani shoved his remaining chips into the pot. Payne called.
Zamani was caught bluffing while Payne had for a full house, giving him the second won all-in pot against Zamani in as many hands, with this one leaving Zamani dry on chips to make him the third-place finisher in the tournament.