We caught Antonio Esfandiari playing a heads-up pot with the board reading by the turn.
The winner of the first ever Big One for One Drop led out for a bet of 2,550, and his opponent quickly called.
On the river, Esfandiari kept the pressure up with a wager of 5,300, and once again his opponent called without hesitation. Soon enough, his cards went into the muck, as "The Magician" tabled for a turned spade flush.
With the win, Esfandiari continued his climb up the leaderboard, and he now holds one of the larger stacks in the room.