Sure enough, the two moved in blind on the very first hand of heads-up play.
Scott Seiver immediately announced that he was all in, and Gruissem had a look at his cards, though it was obvious he just forgot that he wasn't suppose to look at his cards. "Alright, I call," the German said to make it official.
Seiver then tabled the and began laughing. Gruissem then said something along the lines of how bad Seiver was to move all in with such a hand, and then waited a beat before tabling his . It was a good-natured slowroll, and both players shared a laugh.
The in the window got Seiver excited, but his enthusiasm died down when it was followed by the humdrum and . The turn gave Seiver a wheel draw, but it didn't come in as the blanked on the river.
"Alright, now you have to stay here and deal with all of this stuff," Seiver said with a smile before motioning to the various media around the table. A few more laughs and a handshake, and it was all over.