Masato Yokosawa opened to 60,000 in the cutoff and was called by Daniel Dvoress, defending his big blind. The two saw the flop come and Dvoress checked over to Yokosawa, who made a continuation-bet of 30,000. Dvoress called.
Action went check-check on the turn and the river fell . Dvoress threw out 100,000 and Yokosawa sent his cards to the muck after a little bit of deliberation, resulting in the pot being shipped to Dvoress, who now finds himself north of a half-million despite still being in the bottom half of the chip counts with 12 players remaining.