Tommy Le raised to 150,000 and was called only by Arthur Morris on the button. On a flop of , Le bet 225,000 and Morris then jammed for 1,080,000 for Le to snap-call.
"I have two pair and an open-ender again," Morris announced before he rolled over the cards. He was ahead against the aces and nut flush draw but the turn counterfeited his two pair. With plenty of outs available, Morris then also bricked the river and departed in 7th place for $93,406.
This has been the highest score on the live poker circuit, which he had previously mentioned with seven players remaining.