Action picked up on a board reading and just over 400,000 already in the pot.
Jeff Siegal, first to act, put out a bet of 400,000. Kainalu McCue-Unciano, the start-of-day chipleader and only other player in the hand, thought for about 30 seconds before announcing, "All in." With action back on Siegal, he went deep into the tank for almost two minutes before saying, "Call," and tabled , for the top pair with top kicker.
However, Siegal saw that he was way behind after McCue-Unciano tabled for a flopped set, which left Siegal drawing dead even before the dealer fanned the on the river. Siegel, who started the day sixth in chips, was gone from the tournament just like that. Meanwhile, McCue-Unciano scooped the biggest pot of the tournament so far, which sent him soaring even higher in the chipcounts,