Daniel Dvoress opened the action with a raise to 154,000 and Ramon Kropmanns on the button clicked it up to 595,000, which Dvoress called. Both players checked the flop and Dvoress then checked the on the turn. Kropmanns bet 980,000 only for Dvoress to check-raise, making it 2,065,000 to go and picking up a call.
The fell on the river and Dvoress moved all-in for an effective 3,348,837, as that's what Kropmanns had behind. He received the call by the Brazilian with for a pair of queens to reveal for the nut flush as the winning hand.