Matthew Gonzales opened 625,000 first to act and he picked up a call by chip leader Stephen Chidwick in the big blind. The flop fell and Chidwick check-folded to a bet of 325,000 by Gonzales.
James Chen raised to 625,000 from the cutoff and Robert Mizrachi called on the button. The flop came and Chen fired a continuation bet of 425,000, Mizrachi came along and they headed to the turn. Chen bet 1,100,000 and Mizrachi called to create a pot of 4,675,000 to the river.
Chen's third barrel was worth 2,200,000 for just under half the pot and he had about as much behind, which sent Mizrachi into the think tank. After more than two minutes in the think tank, Mizrachi asked Chen whether or not he would show if he folds, but didn't receive an answer.
"You are probably bluffing, this sucks," Mizrachi continued and double checked his cards once more before sending them into the muck.
"You will see on the stream," Chen replied while he dragged in the healthy pot and separated himself from Mizrachi with five players remaining.