|Blinds||100,000 / 200,000|
Brian Hastings completed his small blind and action was on Nick Schulman who checked his option.
The flop came and Schulman checked. Hastings bet 200,000 and Schulman put in a check-raise to 920,000. Hastings folded and Schulman took down the pot.
Nick Schulman limped in from the button, then called when Brian Hastings raised to 480,000 in the big blind.
Hastings bet the pot for 960,000, leaving himself just 200,000 behind, but Schulman quickly folded.
Brian Hastings raised the pot from the small blind to 480,000. Nick Schulman three-bet to 1.44 million, also the size of the pot. Hastings shoved for 1.67 million and Schulman made the call.
The board ran out , giving Schulman a sixty-five and Hastings aces up to secure another chopped pot.
Nick Schulman raised to 480,000 on the button, and Brian Hastings called.
Both players checked the flop, and Hastings checked the turn. Schulman bet 220,000, and Hastings folded, leaving himself under ten big blinds.
Nick Schulman raised to 480k in the small blind and Brian Hastings three-bet the size of the pot,1.44, million. Schulman four-bet to 1.91 million effectively, putting Hastings all in. Hastings wasted no time calling and the two tabled their hands.
The flop came , giving Schulman the nut low draw and a flush draw to Hastings' jacks up.
The turn fell , securing at least half the pot for Schulman as he found himself in a freeroll situation for the scoop and the tournament victory. Hastings faded said scoop as the river came , resulting in a chopped pot while the two took back their bets and prepared to continue the battle.
Brian Hastings raised to 250,000 from the button, and Nick Schulman called.
Action checked to the river of a board, where Schulman bet 500,000 and Hastings called. Schulman tabled for a full house, and Hastings mucked.
Brian Hastings raised from the small blind to 250,000 and Nick Schulman defended. The two checked a flop of and the turn came . Schulman led for 400,000 and Hastings tossed in chips to call.
The river brought and Schulman fired again, putting 625,000 in front of him. Hastings let his hand go after about 10 seconds and Schulman took down the pot, reaching the nine-million chip mark in the process.
Brian Hastings raised to 250,000 from the button, and Nick Schulman three-bet to 750,000 in the big blind. Hastings called.
Schulman bet 1.5 million on the flop, then called when Hastings jammed for 2.45 million.
Hastings had the lead for high with his pair of queens and nut flush draw, while Schulman had the nut low draw and could hit an ace or king to take the lead for high. The turn improved Schulman to the nut low, and gave him an additional out to scoop the pot and win the tournament outright with the . The river bricked off, and the duo chopped the pot.