Ryan Riess started the hand with the button, and Mark Newhouse raised to 800,000 in the cutoff. Riess forfeited his button, Amir Lehavot surrendered his small blind, and Marc-Etienne McLaughlin defended his big blind.
The dealer spread , both players checked, and the turn brought the . McLaughlin led out for 1.2 million, Newhouse quickly called, and the completed the board.
McLaughlin led out again - this time for two million - and Newhouse leaned forward in his chair. With his left hand on his cheek, he studied both McLaughlin and the board before ultimately calling. McLaughlin showed for a rivered set of fives, and Newhouse mucked his hand.