An early scuffle between Bryan Dillon and the start-of-day chip leader, Brandon Ageloff, resulted in Dillon adding plenty of chips to his stack.
Then a few hands later, Roberto Romanello raised to 40,000 from the hijack, Joseph Iarussi called in the cutoff, and Dillon also called from the button. The flop was and Romanello checked. Iarussi bet 70,000 and only Dillon called to see the turn of . This time Iarussi checked, and then folded when Dillon pushed out one of his stacks of orange chips worth 100,000.