Behzad Teranie raised to 400,000, and next to act, Brendan Baksh moved all in. The two players were virtually even in chips, and Teranie made the call with [Kh][Qh]. He was behind the [As][10s] of Baksh, who would need to win the hand to survive. The flop of [Jd][9s][5d] gave Teranie a few extra outs, but he wouldn't get any further help on the [6c] turn. He wouldn't need it though, as the [Qc] completed the board.
Teranie yelled out in celebration, while Baksh hit the payout desk in ninth.