Pot-Limit Omaha 8 or Better
Peter Neff bet 250,000 in the cutoff and was called by Bradley Anderson on the button.
Neff checked to Anderson after the flop who bet 325,000 and was met with a pot-sized bet from Neff which was enough to put Anderson all in. Anderson let out "What are you doing to me Peter?"
Anderson looked at their partner on the rail, then looked to the heavens and made the call.
Anderson was ahead with pocket aces, but Neff had a wrap. The runout was safe for Anderson as the completed the board to give Anderson a flush to complete the double up and leaving Neff short.
This is Anderson's second WSOP final table after finishing 5th in the Millionaire Maker in 2014.