Byron Kaverman and Dan Shak clashed in a massive pot, one that would eventually give Kaverman the lead in the tournament.
With 70,000 in the pot preflop, Kaverman bet 25,000 on a flop of , but was raised to 115,000 by Shak. Kaverman made the call and the two men saw turn of . That was when Shak moved all-in for his remaining stack of around 140,000, and Kaverman took his time, but he made the call, turning over to Shak's . Shak needed a three-outer miracle and it didn't come, the insignificant completing the board and sending Shak out of the door.
Kaverman has a massive stack of 900,000 chips - the biggest in the tournament with just 20 players left.