One of the most prestigious events of the year has wrapped up with Vincent Wan coming out victorious after a 15-hour final table battle that lasted for a whopping 414 hands. You can relive the entire final table on PokerGO right now with commentary by Jason Somerville, Brent Hanks, and
After Martin Zamani limped in, Bryan Piccioli moved all in for 5,900,000. Mustapha Kanit shoved from the small blind for 12,950,000. Nino Ullmann shoved over the top for over 19 million, and Zamani folded. Piccioli: [5d5s] Kanit: [AhKh] Ullmann: [AsQs] The board ran out [8c7hKdJsJd] and Piccioli was eliminated while Kanit scored the elimination,
Bryan Piccioli shoved all in from under the gun for 900,000 and Giuseppe Carbone called in the small blind. From the big blind, Martin Zamani made it 3,00,000. Carbone announced he was all in for roughly 27 million and Zamani folded announcing he had [AxJx]. Piccioli: [Qc9d] Carbone: [4s4c] The board ran out
Frank Lecce raised to 550,000 from middle position and Nino Ullmann three-bet to 1,600,000 in the cutoff. Action folded back to Lecce, and he moved all in for 7,475,000. Ullmann called. Ullmann: [TdTc] Lecce: [JdJs] The board ran out [Jh8cKd4sJc] and Lecce rivered quads to double through.