Hand #271: Diogo Veiga limped the button and Barry Hutter moved all in for 3.66 million. Veiga asked for a count and sat back in his chair. He took several seconds and announced a call.
He was less than pleased to see that his was up against the of the all-in Hutter.
After a long production delay, the dealer spread the flop and the Portuguese rail errupted. The turn provided Hutter with flush outs, and his eyes were fixed on the monitor.
The meaningless fell on the river and victory was sealed for Veiga, who ran to his rail and jumped around with them, everyone shouting in Portuguese.
For his runner-up finish, Hutter takes home $323,019, while Veiga wins his first bracelet for $522,715.