With the blinds at 10,000/20,000, David Paredes min-raised from the button and Timoshenko three-bet to 105,000. Paredes shoved the rest of his chips, which looked to be about 540,000, into the middle of the table and Timoshenko snap-called. The Ukranian showed his found himself dominating the of Paredes. The flop of gave Paredes a slew of additional outs, as he could now catch any six or any diamond to win the hand. The turn card came and Paredes was down to his last card. The on the river was no help and Timoshenko became the first player to reach the Final Four of the $25k Heads-Up World Championship. He is now assured of at least $283,966 for his efforts thus far, while Paredes earned $138,852 for his 8th place finish.