Aaron Knapp appears to have the chip lead on Day 2, and he told PokerNews the details of a big pot that put him in that position.
Facing an under-the-gun open from Patsy Cortez-Karimi, and a call from middle position, Knapp three-bet to 52,000. The under-the-gun player called.
Knapp continued for 26,000 on the flop, Cortez-Karimi shoved for around 300,000, and Knapp made the call.
The turn and a brick on the river clinched the hand for Knapp.