Igor Kurganov started the action with a raise to 24,000 from under the gun. Masa Kagawa made the call on the button, and action folded over to Dan Shak in the big blind. He also called, creating a three-way pot to the flop.
The flop came down , and Shak checked. Kurganov bet 50,000, but Kagawa opted to raise it up to 150,000. Shak looked at the dealer and announced that he was all in — a bet worth 462,000. Kurganov folded, and Kagawa snap-called.
Shak tabled the for the flopped nuts. Kagawa had flopped top two pair with the and needed to fill up to win the hand.
The turn was the , keeping Shak in front. The river completed the board with the , and Shak's hand held up.
Shak doubled to over 1 million in chips, while Kagawa was kicked all the way back to 325,000.