Ognyan Dimov raised to 32,000 in the cutoff and Daniel Dvoress then three-bet to 110,000 in the big blind. The four-bet shove by Dvoress for around 530,000 followed and Dvoress beat him into the pot.
The flop paired Dimov's kicker but he was still on very thin ice. Nothing changed on the turn and the river only improved Dvoress to the nut flush.
"The right hand at the right time," Dvoress stated in table chat.
"That's on you Sam," the Canadian said as he raked in the pot, referring to PokerStars ambassador Sam Grafton in the last seat.