Matt Giannetti had the button. Pius Heinz was the first to enter the pot with a raise to 1.1 million, and the action came all the way around to the big blind where Eoghan O'Dea flatted to see a flop.
It came , and O'Dea checked to the raiser. Heinz made a continuation bet of 1.225 million, and O'Dea peered down at the felt in front of him. After about 45 seconds, he made the call, and the landed on fourth street. Both men checked this time, and the river brought the and a leading bet from O'Dea. He considered for a good long while, then made it 2.6 million to go. Heinz gave it just a cursory look before returning his cards to the muck, and Heinz has been reduced to 12.175 million with that slide.
O'Dea is now nipping at the heals of the chip leader with 37.85 million.