Josh Kay completed the small blind to to 300,000 with , Andrew Wilson raised from the big blind to 1,200,000 with , and Kay called.
The flop came , and Wilson flopped trip fours. Kay checked, Wilson bet 700,000, and Kay called.
The turn card was the , Kay checked, Wilson bet 5,000,000, and Kay called.
The river card was the , Kay checked, and Wilson used one of his Time Chips to tank for nearly a minute before he bet 9,500,000.
Kay tanked for a while before he called with for two pair, kings and fours, but Wilson turned over to win a huge pot with trip fours.
Wilson has more than 200 big blinds, which is incredibly rare at a Championship final table.
Andrew Wilson – 62,500,000 (208 bb)
Josh Kay – 6,050,000 (20 bb)
With three players remaining, the average chip stack is about 25,675,000 (86 big blinds), and the next player to be eliminated will earn $390,000.