Lou Garza raised to 90,000 in the cutoff and was called by Naoya Kihara on the button and Matthew Gonzales in the big blind.
On the flop, action was checked to Kihara, who bet pot (330,000). Gonzales then went deep into the tank for over five minutes to weigh his decision with 800,000 chips left.
Ultimately, he decided to move all-in.
Garza quickly folded and Kihara called.
Kihara had bottom pair, a flush draw and an open-ended straight draw, while Gonzales held top two pair.
The turn brought Kihara help in the least likely of ways with the , giving him trip fives.
The river came with the 6d, ending Gonzales' day and sending the players to the final two tables in the horseshoe.