Over on the right feature table, the chips went in preflop with Toby Lewis as the player at risk out of the small blind for what appeared to be some 1.2 million. Salko Imsirovic looked him up and held the superior pocket pair once the cards were revealed.
The flop changed nothing and the turn gave both players an open-ended straight draw. Another blank followed on the river and that ended Lewis' run in the Main Event in the last level on Day 5.
Zachary Mdiarmid raised to 130,000 from the early position and Michael Berland three-bet shoved from the small blind for his last 320,000 or so. Weston Pring folded his big blind but Mcdiarmid quickly made the call with the bigger stack.
The flop came for Mcdiarmid to stay ahead but for Berland to pick up the gutshot to a straight.
The turn was the for Berland to pick up even more outs to a straight but the river completed the board with the for Berland to cash for the first time in a tournament. And to make it even better, he was visibly happy to have done it here in the Main Event.