We caught up with recent bracelet winner Jonathan Taylor in the middle of a heads up pot on a flop. Taylor's opponent bet out 1,500, and Taylor shot back with a raise to 3,600. He was called, and the hit the turn. It was checked to Taylor, who fired out 4,200 this time. Once again he was called, and when the hit the river, both players checked.
Taylor rolled over for a pair of aces, and his opponent spiked down face up for a straight, giving him the pot, and knocking Taylor down to 4,600 in the process.