Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better
Brad Ruben raised from the button and called when Jaswinder Lally moved all in for his last 1,100,000.
Ruben flopped an ace on the flop. "I have hearts, too," he said as the came on the turn to give him a flush.
Lally needed to complete a low to split the pot but instead paired his seven on the river as his quest to repeat as Dealer's Choice champion came up one spot short.
The two players shared a celebratory toast and took one more shot before the now four-time WSOP bracelet winner ran to his rail.
Stay tuned for a full recap of today's action.