After three bets each went in on third street, Charles Sinn got the last of his chips in on fifth versus Bradley Ruben, with both players holding relatively ugly boards.
Charles Sinn: /
Bradley Ruben: /
Sinn's draw was better than Ruben's but neither improved on sixth street as Sinn paired his nine and Ruben made trip tens.
Ruben revealed his seventh street card first for the sweat, picking up a jack to make .
Sinn needed any non-pairing card jack or better and drew a to make and double up to 1.5 million chips.