On a [Ad][Th][7h] flop, Aristoteles Neto check raised all in and Jeffrey Gurfinkel made the call saying, "I don't have an ace so I have to get there." Jeffrey was on a draw with his [9h][8c], and Aristoteles did have an ace with [As][5c]. Jeffrey added to his straight draw when the turn fell [5h], giving him a flush draw as well. But the [Kc] river bricked out, leaving Aristoteles pair in front.
The stacks were counteed down, and Aristoteles had Jeffrey outchipped by 100,000, so he will win Event #9 $580 NLH. Aristoteles will take home $21,044 along with the title and a World Series of Poker Circuit ring.
He will earn 50 points on the Venue Leaderboard for his win, adding to his existing 40 points, to put him in the lead for Casino Champion. With only three events to go, Aristoteles has a good chance to earn his seat at the WSOP National Championship.