David Bach raised to 80,000 from the button, and Kevin Iacofano called in the big blind to see a flop. Iacofano led out for 40,000, and Bach called. The landed on the turn. Iacofano bet 80,000, and Bach announced a raise and slid out a stack of green, 25,000-denomination chips. Iacofano called all in for an additional 46,000 more, and the cards were tabled.
With Iacofano in the lead with his turned straight and nut flush draw, he needed to fade the board pairing on the river. Unfortunately for him, the dealer burned and tuned the onto the river to complete Bach's full house and send Iacofano to the rail in second place for a $73,779 payday.
Bach won his second-career WSOP bracelet.