A big hand to tell you about from the feature table, it involved chip leader Ludovic Lacay and Lasell King, another player with a seven-figure stack.
Pre-flop King opened from the hijack, Lacay three-bet to 59,000 from the button, King four-bet to 120,000 and Lacay made the call. On the flop King continuation bet 110,000 and Lacay smooth called. The hit the turn and King fired again, this time 260,000. "I'd expect King to show up with an overpair a decent amount of the time here," said Joe Stapleton on the live stream. "What do you do with jacks or queens here if you're Lacay?" wondered James Hartigan. "Jacks is a horrible spot, queens only marginally less so," opined Stapleton.
After a couple of minutes Lacay laid it down, King climbs to 1,166,000 whilst Lacay slips to 1,491,000.