Sean Winter opened to 30,000 on the button and Chanracy Khun reraised to 125,000 in the big blind. Winter called and the flop of 7♥4♣2♦ was spread across the felt.
Khun led out with a bet of 55,000 and Winter raised to 220,000. Khun just called and the 6♠ landed on the turn. Khun checked this time and Winter sized up a bet of 370,000. Khun called and the 5♣ completed the board.
Khun checked again and Winter pushed out a bet of 520,000. Khun used one of his time banks before jamming all in as the bigger of the two stacks. Winter took his shades off as he pondered his decision and mumbled to himself for a bit.
"I think ace-five is the only hand I can beat," he continued to think. After using a time bank of his own, Winter eventually called off his last 1,100,000 chips. Khun turned over 8♠7♠ for an eight-high straight while Winter was left with Q♥3♥ for a seven-high straight.
Khun has now advanced to the final to play the winner of Doug Polk or Chris Brewer while Winter was forced to settle for $192,513.