First into the pot from the cutoff, Ruben Visser opened to 85,000, and Marc McLaughlin defended his big blind to go heads-up with the Dutchman.
The flop came with a pair, , and McLaughlin elected to lead out with a bet of 105,000. Visser popped him up to 240,000, and McLaughlin beat him into the pot with all his chips. It was somewhere around 700,000, and Visser called just as quickly as he'd been shoved on.
Visser's overpair had him poised for the knockout, and the turn and river made that a reality. It's the end of the road for Marc McLaughlin, and his chips boost Visser all the way up to 1.935 million -- more than twice his dinner count.