Maximilian Lehmanski limped in from early position and it folded all the way to Tom Chambers who checked his option from the big blind.
The flop brought the and Chambers fired out 100,000. Lehmanski pushed out 200,000 total and Chambers called.
Fourth street was the and Chambers bet 350,000. Lehmanski thought for a moment before moving calling chips into the middle. The board completed with the and Chambers moved a large bet of 750,000 into the center of the table. Lehmanski called and Chambers showed for a flush. Lehmanski mucked his cards and Chambers was able to surpass Cherish Andrews as the tournament chip leader.