Rafael Moraes opened with a raise to 5,100 on the button. Grayson Ramage called from the big blind.
The flop was , and Ramage checked to Moraes. Moraes bet 5,500, and Ramage called. On the turn, Ramage checked again. This time, Moraes bet 17,500, and Ramage called again. Ramage checked for a third time on the river. Moraes put out a chunky bet of 48,500. Ramage didn't think too long before calling.
"Flush," Moraes said. He turned over , and that earned him the pot as Ramage mucked.
With that, the start-of-day chip leader fell under 500,000, while Moraes boosted his stack to just over 300,000.