Chris Moorman raised to 22,000 under the gun only to have Simon Ravnsbaek three-bet to 52,000 from the hijack. JC Alvarado was next to act in the cutoff and four-bet to 115,000, putting action back on Moorman after the button and both blinds got out of the way.
The Brit thought for a bit before sliding out his entire stack of 528,000 with two hands. Ravnsbaek quickly folded, and Alvarado snap-called.
Moorman had picked the wrong time as Alvarado help a big pair, but the flop did make things interesting as it delivered the former a pair and gut-shot straight draw. The turn meant Moorman needed either a seven or four on the river to stay alive, but it was was not to be as the river gave Alvarado a full house and the pot of over 1 million.