There was a ton of chips already in the middle of the table on the river on a board reading . Michael McKenna, Abdel Hamid and Jason Berilgen were all showing down their hands.
McKenna was holding two pair and the nut low and his two pair was good to claim the high end of the pot. Hamid and Berilgen both held ace-deuce as well. They each claimed only a third of the low pot while McKenna took the entirety of the high pot.
Listening in on some of the conversation from the table, Hamid apparently shoved all in on the turn, hoping to get one of the players to fold, as he held the ace of spades. McKenna was holding the nut low though and he didn't fold and neither did Berilgen.
With that, McKenna is now the chip leader in the tournament with over a million chips while the other two players are left short.
Abdel HamidJason BerilgenMichael McKenna