Hand #107: Joao Vieira raised to 600,000 and Joe Cada three-bet to 1,950,000. Vieira shoved, and Cada called.
Cada saw his ace-queen run into ace-king, and Vieira was five cards away from victory. The flop brought no joy for Cada, and neither did the turn.
Vieira's rail was calling for every brick card possible to appear on the river, and when the five of clubs was revealed they surrounded Vieira in jubilant celebrations as he claimed his first WSOP bracelet.
Cada departed as runner-up for $468,488 and just missed out on his fifth gold bracelet.
A full recap of the day's final table action will follow.