Sam Grafton raised to 260,000, Anil Ozdemir three-bet to 950,000, and Grafton called. On the flop, Ozdemir continued for 750,000 and Grafton came along with the call.
The turn was the and Ozdemir paused. After twenty seconds, he shoved all in and Grafton snap-called it off for his remaining 2,460,000.
Ozdemir made a play with ten-deuce but ran into the pocket queens of Grafton. The Turk still had outs to win the tournament outright if he would catch a deuce, seven or ten on the river.
"Doyle Brunson?" asked Grafton.
"I love Doyle Brunson!" pipped Ozdemir.
The dealer burned and turned the river to reveal the , and Grafton netted a full double-up.
"Nice match!" Ozdemir said shortly after the hand.
"Let's play on for a while," responded Grafton.
"Doyle Brunson hurts," Ozdemir said, realizing he lost a chunk of his stack with Brunson's trademarked hand.
"You need to be Doyle to make it work," lectured Grafton.