We are now heads-up for the bracelet after Harrison Wilder first crippled and then crushed John Myung in third place!
Earlier, Wilder raised from the button and Thomas Jamieson folded his small blind before Myung called to go heads-up to a flop of . Myung then check-called Wilder after the flop, as well as on the turn of the and the river . Wilder tabled and Myung mucked, leaving himself with just 220,000.
A short time later, Jamieson raised from the button before the flop, but Myung reraised from the small blind. Wilder called from the big blind, as did Jamieson to make it a family pot into the flop of . Myung led out and both Wilder and Jamieson called, so it was off to the turn of the .
Myung bet all-in, Wilder raised it up and Jamieson quickly got out of the way, leaving Myung and Wilder to show down:
Needing an ace to stay alive, the river was the and Myung was sent to the rail. Ladies and germs, it's time to decide our champion!