Jonathan Hilton opened to 120,000 from the button and Alex Cordero made the call from the small blind. Dominik Nitsche got out of the way and it was heads-up going to the flop.
The flop came and Cordero led out for 160,000. Hilton made the call to see a turn, which brought the . This time Cordero checked, prompting a 275,000 bet from Hilton. Cordero tanked for a bit, but then announced he was all in for 925,000 on top. Hilton made the call and hands were revealed.
Cordero: for a pair of queens and both straight and flush draws.
Hilton: for a pair of aces.
The bricked for Cordero and he was sent to the rail in third place.