Hand #210: Joseph Di Rosa Rojas limped in on the button, and Alexander Lynskey moved all in for about 3,400,000. Rojas snap-called.
Lynskey was at risk with and Rojas tabled .
The flop came and Lynskey pulled ahead with two pair, nines and sixes. The turn was the and Rojas' rail went wild as the board paired, giving Rojas a better two pair. The river was the and Lynskey was eliminated in second place.
|Joseph Di Rosa Rojas||46,085,800||2,085,800|