Antonio Esfandiari opened for 175,000 under the gun and Connor Drinan called from the cutoff. Bill Klein then three-bet all in for 1.765 million from the small blind, Esfandiari called, and Drinan got out of the way.
Klein had some major kicker issues, and they didn't get resolved on the flop. The turn left Klein in need of either an eight or five on the river, but neither came as the blanked. Klein and Esfandiari shook hands, and then the former made the rounds with the remaining players before taking his leave from the 2014 $1,000,000 Big One for One Drop.