From under the gun, Jason Koon opened with a raise to 12,000 before Fedor Holz three-bet to 35,000 in the cutoff. With the action on Justin Bonomo in the small blind, he four-bet to 95,000.
Koon folded, but Holz called as the dealer spread a flop.
Bonomo bet out 70,000 and Holz called as the turn landed the .
Bonomo bet 150,000, and with Holz' time about to expire, he announced a raise to 390,000. Bonomo called fairly quickly, and when the river landed the , he checked.
Holz announced he was all in, and Bonomo immediately asked for a count. The dealer broke down Holz' stack to reveal he had 465,000, and after using one of his time extension chips, Bonomo called.
Holz tabled his for a flopped flush, but it would be Bonomo's for a bigger flush that would put Holz on the rail of the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl while sending Bonomo soaring up the leaderboard to sit with 2.6 million in chips; good for roughly 20% of the chips in play with 19 players remaining.