David Kolhelly Eliminated in 2nd Place ($20,238)

Level 31
Blinds: 100,000/200,000/200,000
Total Entrants: 469
Players Remaining: 1

Mychajlo Semianczuk jammed and David Kolhelly thought about it and called all in for his stack of about 2,000,000.

Kolhelly: 73
Semianczuk: KQ

The board ran out 1010445 and Semianczuk stayed ahead to eliminate Kolhelly as runner-up for $20,238, while Semianczuk takes home the trophy and the $27,524 first-place prize.

Mychajlo Semianczuk – 18,750,000
David Kolhelly – 0

Mychajlo Semianczuk Shoves Turn

Level 31
Blinds: 100,000/200,000/200,000
Total Entrants: 469
Players Remaining: 2

David Kolhelly had started to narrow the gap before this hand. Mychajlo Semianczuk limped and Kolhelly raised to 800,000. Semianczuk called.

The dealer fanned out the K94 flop and Kolhelly checked. Semianczuk bet 1,000,000 and Kolhelly called.

The 6 landed on the turn and Kolhelly checked again. Semianczuk moved all in, and that prompted Kolhelly to send his cards into the muck after a brief deliberation.

Mychajlo Semianczuk – 15,350,000
David Kolhelly – 3,400,000

Timothy Pai Eliminated in 3rd Place ($15,055)

Level 30
Blinds: 75,000/150,000/150,000
Total Entrants: 469
Players Remaining: 2

Timothy Pai was all-in for roughly 3,500,000 in the big blind and at risk against Mychajlo Semianczuk in the small blind.

Pai: A4
Semianczuk: KK

Pai ran into the kings and the board ran out 64237 to eliminate him in third place for $15,055.

Mychajlo Semianczuk – 15,000,000
David Kolhelly – 3,750,000
Timothy Pai – 0

Ahmed Amin Eliminated in 4th Place ($11,331)

Level 29
Blinds: 60,000/120,000/120,000
Total Entrants: 469
Players Remaining: 3

Ahmed Amin was all-in for approximately 1,850,000 in the big blind and was at risk against Mychajlo Semianczuk in the hijack.

Amin: KK
Semianczuk: AQ

Amin was in good shape for a double with the cowboys, but the board ran out Q1055A and Semianczuk spiked an ace on the river to eliminate Amin in fourth place for $11,331.

Mychajlo Semianczuk – 8,700,000
Timothy Pai – 7,400,000
David Kolhelly – 2,650,000
Ahmed Amin – 0

Charisse Case Eliminated in 5th Place ($8,631)

Level 28
Blinds: 50,000/100,000/100,000
Total Entrants: 469
Players Remaining: 4

Charisse Case was left with only a few big blinds after Timothy Pai flopped a set of eights and ended up doubling through Case.

A few hands after, Pai jammed the small blind and Case called all in for her remaining stack of a few big blinds.

Case: Q6
Pai: 99

Case was calling for a queen, but the dealer ran out the A9772 board and Case was eliminated in fifth place for $8,631.

Timothy Pai – 5,200,000
Charisse Case – 0

Sam Litman Eliminated in 6th Place ($6,654)

Level 27
Blinds: 40,000/80,000/80,000
Total Entrants: 469
Players Remaining: 5

Sam Litman shoved all in for 440,000 in the cutoff and Mychajlo Semianczuk called on the button.

Litman: A4
Semianczuk: QJ

The board ran out Q938J and Semianczuk improved to two pair to eliminate Litman in sixth place for $6,654.

Mychajlo Semianczuk – 2,050,000
Sam Litman – 0

Kim Olenak Eliminated in 7th Place ($5,192)

Level 27
Blinds: 40,000/80,000/80,000
Total Entrants: 469
Players Remaining: 6

Kim Olenak moved in her stack of approximately 350,000 from the small blind and Mychajlo Semianczuk called in the big blind.

Olenak: 44
Semianczuk: A10

The board ran out J52106 and Semianczuk found a ten on the turn to eliminate Olenak in seventh place for $5,192.

Mychajlo Semianczuk – 1,500,000
Kim Olenak – 0