Josh Kay raised from the small blind to 2,200,000 with , Andrew Wilson reraised to 7,000,000 with , and Kay thought for a while before he called.
The flop came , Wilson bet 6,500,000, Kay moved all in for 24,300,000, and Wilson snap-called with his . Wilson turned over his for a pair of sevens, and he needed to improve to stay alive.
The turn card was the , the river card was the , and Wilson won the pot — and the WPT title — with pocket kings.
Josh Kay finished as the runner-up, earning $525,000.
Andrew Wilson won the WPT Rock ‘n’ Roll Poker Open, earning $785,800. Wilson will get his name engraved on the one-and-only Mike Sexton WPT Champions Cup alongside every other WPT champion from all 20 seasons of the World Poker Tour. Wilson will also receive a $10,400 seat into the season-ending WPT World Championship, which begins in about a week in Las Vegas.
Congratulations to Andrew Wilson!
1st: Andrew Wilson – $785,800 + $10,400 WPT World Championship seat
2nd: Josh Kay – $525,000
3rd: Chad Eveslage – $390,000
4th: Brian Altman – $290,000
5th: Gediminas Uselis – $219,000
6th: Robel Andemichael – $167,000