In the first hand back from the dinner break, Sean Winter raised to 180,000 under the gun and Nick Maimone called from the button. Josh Beckley came along from the small blind, Dario Sammartino folded the big, and three players took a flop of , which they all checked.
When the hit the turn, two checks inspired Maimone to bet 300,000, Beckley called, and Winter got out of the way. The river put four spades on board, and Beckley checked to Maimone, who bet 525,000. Beckley then check-raised all in for 1.225 million.
"This is a tough one," Maimone said before putting in the chips. Beckley confidently tabled the for an ace-high flush, but it was no good as Maimone held a straight flush with the . Beckley was shocked at what he likely perceived as a slowroll, shook his head, and made his way to the payout desk.