WPT Tournament of Champions
Level 14: 2,000/4,000 with a 500 ante
Players Remaining: 17 of 64
In a four-way, raised pot, Jonathan Roy lead for 21,000 from the small blind on a board of . Two early-position players folded and it was on John Hennigan on the button. He called and was heads up with Roy to the turn.
The dealer revealed the . Roy checked. Hennigan bet 52,000.
Fifth street was the . Roy checked again. Hennigan bet 67,000 and Roy immediately threw a time chip into the pot. It nearly expired, then he plopped another chip in. Nearly 30 seconds came and went again and he threw a third chip in the pot. With one chip left, he ran his bank within 10 second before pushing out his last time extension. In the end, he found a fold and Hennigan took the pot.
John Hennigan – 445,000 (111 bb)
Jonathan Roy – 125,000 (31 bb)