Finally, someone was able to beat Brandon Meyers out of a pot, who is the early chip leader with over 270,000 in chips. The player that beat him was Masa Kagawa.
From under the gun, Meyers raised to 1,500. JC Tran called from the cutoff seat, and Kagawa called from the big blind. ON the flop, Kagawa checked, Meyers bet 3,000, Tran folded, and Kagawa called.
The turn was the , and Kagawa checked. Meyers bet 8,000, and Kagawa called. Both players then checked the river card.
Kagawa showed the for top pair, and Meyers mucked his hand.