Hand #141: Theodore Driscoll raised to 425,000 from the button and won the pot.
Hand #142: Igor Dubinskyy opened for 425,000 from the button and Driscoll called from the big blind to see a flop of , which they both checked. Dubinskyy then called a bet of 525,000 on the turn before Driscoll fired out 900,000 on the river.
"Queen high," Driscoll said after Dubinskyy called. Driscoll then showed the before Dubinskyy rolled over the for the win.
Hand #143: Driscoll limped the small blind, Dubinskyy checked his option from the big, and it was heads-up action to the flop. Both players checked, and then Driscoll check-folded to a bet of 300,000 on the turn.
Hand #144: Driscoll raised to 425,000 on the button and won the pot.
Hand #145: Eisen limped the small blind and Driscoll checked his option from the big to see a flop of . Eisen led out for 200,000, Driscoll called, and the dealer burned and turned the . This time Eisen checked, and Driscoll bet 550,000. Eisen responded by moving all in for 3.335 million, and Driscoll hit the tank.
"I imagine you don't care either way," Driscoll said. A minute or two later he made the call.
Eisen and his rail were shocked to see that he was ahead with the better diamond draw, but Driscoll was still drawing live to a king and non-diamond deuce or ten. Much to Eisen's dismay, the spiked on the river to give Driscoll a winning pair of deuces.
Eisen was clearly disappointed and had to settle for third place and $283,895.