Jeremy Ausmus had the button, and opened to 1.2 million. Jesse Sylvia defended his big blind, and the flop fell . Both players checked.
The turn was the , Sylvia checked, Ausmus fired 1.5 million, and Sylvia check-raised to 3.6 million. Ausmus tanked, then moved all in for around 14.5 million. Sylvia instantly called.
The spectators in the Penn & Teller Theater rose to their feet when the cards were turned over, Ausmus' rail calling for a six or a jack, and Sylvia's rail yelling "Hold!"
Sylvia held as the spiked on the river, and his rail erupted. Ausmus will take home $2,155,313 for his fifth-place finish.