Hand #71: Ognjen Sekularac limped in on the button, Shai Zurr raised to 330,000 in the big blind, Sekularac shoved a little over 2,000,000, and Zurr put a large stack of chips in with a bang.
The Israeli rail went in a frenzy and ran to the table to cheer their champion on. The tournament director moved them back behind the rail as the dealer spread out the flop.
The turn was the and Sekularac was left drawing to the deuces to survive. The river was the and Zurr raised his fist in victory. He quickly got swamped by his friends and together they cheered the second Israeli bracelet of the summer.
Sekuralac saw a great run end in second place and he received $137,909 in prize money.