In the very next hand after his massive double-up, Sean Getzwiller looked to finish off Sadan Turker by pushing all-in with his . He knew Turker was calling with his extreme short stack, but was surprised to see his opponent held a made hand with the .
The flop of gave Getzwiller more ways to win the pot and his first WSOP bracelet, and he could now catch any ten, six, or king in the deck. The turn card was the and Getzwiller picked up even more outs, as now any nine would also complete his double belly buster straight draw. His rail began cheering for tens, sixes, kings, nines, anything to give their man the victory in this hotly contested heads-up duel.
Getzwiller struck out and Turker doubled up to just over 1,100,000, with the famous chip-and-a-chair mantra now in full effect.