Hand #133: Anuj Agarwal moved all in and Kahle Burns called.
Burns was behind and needed help from the board to survive. The flop fell in Agarwal's favor as he hit top pair and Burns needed a miracle.
The six of spades on the turn sealed the pot in Agarwal's favor, and Burns was eliminated as runner-up for $389,832.
Agarwal claimed the victory for his first WSOP gold bracelet alongside a first-place prize worth $630,747.
A recap of the day's action will follow.