Rex Alacron raised to 12,000 from middle position in a pot that would turn into one of the biggest of the tournament so far. Jason Helder called from the small blind and Sam Greenwood called from the big.
The flop brought out and both blinds checked to Alacron who bet 36,000. Helder made the call from the small blind and Greenwood went into the tank for a long time before raising it up to 150,000 with about 222,500 left behind.
Alacron moved all in, Helder folded and Greenwood snap-called.
Alacron showed , and even though people thought he had a set it was the six that complemented the other two cards on the board. Greenwood turned over the for top two pair.
The board ran out , and Greenwood won an enormous pot. Greenwood had Alacron just covered and the Canadian pro is now one of the chip leaders with 790,000 chips.
"In my head I was really calling for a five," Paul Berende said as he burst out in laughter.
"Me too," Timothy Reilly said, "I was going like 'Five, five, five, five' in my head."
Alacron did not win the pot and Greenwood is now that much more dangerous with a mountain of chips in front of him.