Brandon Caputo just became the tournament chip leader after doubling up through Andrew Jeong.
Both players saw a flop of . Caputo bet 175,000 from early position, Jeong raised to 500,000 from the big blind, and Caputo called. Jeong bet again on the turn, this time for 675,000.
Caputo took his time with the decision, counting out the rest of his stack before calling. Jeong slowed down with a check on the river and Caputo moved all in for his remaining 2,075,000.
Now it was Jeong's turn to tank, spending several minutes on a call that would either make him the chip leader or put a huge dent in his stack. He decided to call but mucked when Caputo showed for the flush on the turn.
"What a turn," Caputo said as he stacked his new-found chips.