Mike Watson was crippled and only had about a million left, but doubled up not long after. Kanit moved all in and while Watson tanked for a bit, Kanit was already celebrating; "The Champion!" Kanit laughed, "This is the hand! I take the picture like this!" he continued while holding his two cards in the air, not showing them to Watson just yet.
Watson wasn't impressed and called. Kanit showed and Watson tabled . Kanit seemed confident he would hit, and he did, but he wouldn't win the tournament just yet: .
"He called him with jack-high!" Dan Smith yelled from Watson's rail.
Watson doubled up to ten big blinds, but would hand those chips over three hands later. Watson shoved from his button and Mustapha Kanit made the call.
Watson was dominated, but a split pot wasn't out of the question with these hands. After the flop, that was nearly impossible: . A split pot wasn't in the realm of possibilities anymore after the hit the turn, but Kanit wasn't home safe just yet as a four could still spoil his party.
The dealer didn't make much of a show out of it fortunately, and the on the river was dealt straight away. Kanit shook hands with Watson, and then celebrated with his rail.