Bryan Piccioli, who won his first World Series of Poker bracelet at the recent WSOP Asia-Pacific, opened to 5,200 from UTG+1. His potential opponents folded around to Czech pro Vojtech Ruzicka in the cutoff and Ruzicka called. The button and blinds got out of the way, which left Piccioli and Ruzicka to duke it out heads up.
The first three cards onto the felt read and Picciloi greeted them with an 8,600 bet. Ruzicka nonchalantly tossed in chips to call. The turn paired the board and it didn't slow Picciloi down. Instead, Picciloi increased his bet size to 12,800. Again, Ruzicka called.
The river was the and no Piccioli checked. Ruzicka moved all-in, placing two 5,000 chips in front of him and Picciloi snap-folded.