With the board reading on the turn, Brian Zimcosky checked to Ken Baime, who bet 525,000. Zimcosky shoved all in for about 1.6 million, and Baime called.
Zimcosky had been caught semi-bluffing with a flush draw and an over, but he needed a spade on the river to outdraw Baime's two pair. The river brought an , a blank.
"Nice job, guys," Zimcosky said, pushing his stack to Baime, who now has a huge chip lead heads up.