Hand #204: Junzhong Loo opened his button to 32,000 and Aik-Chuan Nee three-bet shoved all in for his last 236,000. Loo instantly made the call and the cards were tabled.
With Loo in commanding shape, Nee would need to spike one of the last remaining twos in the deck to stay alive.
The dealer spread a flop which actually increased Nee's outs as any ace of six would now give him the best hand.
The turn of the changed little apart from eliminating the chances of a chop, and when the repeating landed on the river, Nee was eliminated in 2nd place for an AU$66,444 payday as Junzhong Loo was crowned the Event 2 Champion!