David Prociak limped in and Thai Ha checked his option on the button.
On a flop of 7♣6♥J♣, Prociak led out for 50,000, Ha raised to 200,000 and Prociak called.
The 9♦ turn saw Prociak lead out for 425,000. Ha elected to see a river.
The K♥ fell and Prociak placed one last bet of 840,000. Ha called and the hands were tabled.
David Prociak: A♦9♠
Thai Ha: J♦6♦
Ha's two-pair picked off the bluff from Prociak and solidified his chip lead.
Shortly after, Ha limped and Prociak responded by moving all in from the button. Ha called.
Thai Ha: Q♥Q♣
David Prociak: K♣J♣
The board ran out J♦8♣A♦8♥7♣. Ha's queens held earning him a career-first golden bracelet. Stick with PokerNews for a full tournament recap and winner interview to follow.