Hand #97- Daniel Cascado made it 100,000 to go, and Mohsin Charania moved all in for 605,000. It folded back to Cascado, and he called.
Charania held the slight edge going to the flop, but everything changed when the flop came down . Cascado now had a pair of queens, and Charania was looking to come from behind. The on the turn didn't change anything, and the river brought the .
Cascado took the pot to up his stack to 2.6 million, while Charania will have to wait until the next final table to get his first WSOP bracelet.