There was a huge pile of chips in the middle and the board read when we got to the table. Bryce Yockey checked from the big blind to his lone opponent, Robert McLaughlin, who was on the button. McLaughlin shoved for what looked like about 100,000 and Yockey instantly called to put McLaughlin at risk.
Yockey had turned a wheel plus a flush draw and McLaughlin needed the board to pair on the river in order to survive. After the fell on the river completing Yockey's flush, he took the pot to send McLaughlin to the cage and seize the chip lead.