The entire table was already bagging up, but Dan Shak wasn't done with stacking his chips yet. In the last hand of the day, he busted Ghassan Bitar in a three-bet pot. According to Shak, Bitar raised to 1,800 and Shak made it 6,000 to go. Shak bet the flop for 10,000 and Bitar called, before both checked a blank on the turn.
On the river, the board paired and Shak checked. Bitar shoved his last 30,000 and Shak eventually called with pocket queens, Bitar was caught bluffing with .
This pushed his stack slightly ahead of Pasi Sormunen, who bagged up a few chips less.