Luke Brereton raised preflop to 45,000 from the cutoff, after which Kyle Keranen three-bet from the button to 105,000. Both blinds folded, and Brereton opted to four-bet to 245,000. Keranen announced he was all in, and Brereton called off his remaining 1.3 million chips to create a massive preflop all in.
Keranen turned over , and he got caught bluffing by Brereton who showed .
The flop brought out , and Keranen shouted "Yes!" as he took a commanding lead.
"Just two more!" Keranen said as the dealer burned before putting out the turn.
The hit, and Keranen said, "Just one more!".
On the river the hit, and Keranen jumped into the chip lead. Brereton was left behind with just a payout slip, and his Main Event dream is over.
Keranan consoled with opponent who looked devastated, "Good call man." "That's how you win poker tournaments," Keranan said with a huge smile after he stacked up his freshly won chips.