Dan Sweeney gave PokerNews the details of hand that happened before the break, which resulted in Sweeney taking a massive chip lead.
Sweeney and Ryan O'Connel each started the hand with around 7,000,000 chips, with Sweeney having O'Connel slightly covered.
Sweeney opened under the gun, and O'Connell called from the small blind.
The flop came rainbow, and both players checked.
The turn came , O'Connell bet 175,000, Sweeney raised to 450,000, and O'Connell called.
The river came , O'Connell led out for 500,000, and Sweeney shoved, with O'Connell making the call.
Sweeney turned over , besting O'Connell's . The 15-million chip pot went to Sweeney, and O'Connell's tournament run came to an end.