With about 180,000 chips already in the pot and the board reading , Anson Tsang checked from the big blind and Scott Bohlman bet 100,000 from the hijack. Tsang check-raised to 500,000, sending Bohlman into the tank for several minutes. He ultimately shoved for 850,000 and Tsang called with a covering stack.
Bohlman was ahead with kings and sevens and Tsang needed to improve in order to stack him. The turn was no help to Tsang and the river further improved Bohlman to kings full, so he took the pot to double up.