Graves raised with and Tran called with . The flop gave Graves a pair and an open-ended straight draw and Tran a gutshot draw along with his overcards. Graves bet 375,000, and as soon as Tran announced he was all-in Graves made the call.
The on the turn and on the turn missed Tran's hand and Michael Graves, who came to the table with the chip lead and laid low early on before making his move, won the tournament, the World Series of Poker bracelet, and $742,121. Theo Tran, who played a creative and aggressive game and made some remarkable plays down the stretch, takes home $387,193 as our runner-up.