Scott Seiver jumped out to an early 145,000 to 55,000 lead early in the first heads-up match and soon he had all the chips in play.

Scott Seiver raised with only to see Antonio Esfandiari three-bet to 11,000. Seiver stared at his opponent for 20 seconds before glancing towards his own stack and then picking up a stack of red chips and announcing “all in!” Esfandiari snap-called with and it looked like a split pot was the most likely outcome.

A chop was still the most likely outcome (91%) when the flop came down , but Seiver had a spade flush draw. The turn was the but the river was the , improving Seiver to a flush and the Seiver drew first blood.

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