The players just recently returned from dinner break but it didn't long for the chips to start flying. Ben Tollerene opened to 700,000 in the cutoff and was called by Leon Tsoukernik on the button and Chance Kornuth in the big blind.
The flop came and the action checked around to the on the turn. Kornuth and Tollerene checked again and Tsoukernik bet 2,000,000 this time. Kornuth called and Tollerene check-raised to 7,000,000. Tsoukernik made a quick call and Kornuth got out of the way.
The river was the and Tollerene announced a bet of 14,000,000. Tsoukernik leaned back in his chair and thought for over a minute, using up a time extension before sliding in a call. Tollerene turned over for a Broadway while Tsoukernik showed for two pair. Tsoukernik, who was the chipleader, fell down the leaderboard while Tollerene scooped a massive pot.