In a massive hand that saw all of the chips in play, Chris Sandrock limped on the button before Jordan Spurlin raised to 800,000. Tommy Le called as did Sandrock, and all three players saw the flop. Spurlin committed his final 220,000, only to see Le raise the pot to 3,260,000. Sandrock then went all in, leaving both short stacks at risk.
Sandrock was ahead with a set of sevens, but the turn and river gave Spurlin a flush.
Sandrock's set held up against Le's two pair for the chip lead side pot, as both players survived.