Max Lehmanski opened to 35,000 from the cutoff seat, Steve Sung three-bet to 100,000 out of the big blind, and Lehmanski responded with a four-bet to 237,000. Sung thought for a bit then moved all in for 966,000, and Lehmanski snap-called, having Sung dominated.
Sung was all in and dominated, which has been a commonplace in this event. Yesterday, he cracked aces with ace-king, ace-jack with ace-five, and chopped with ace-king against tens when he called an all in on a seven-high flop.
Sung did it again in this spot, flopping two pair when the dealer fanned . Lehmanski couldn't find a king on either the turn () or the river (), and Sung doubled to 1.956 million chips.
Lehmanski is still leading with 2.22 million, but had he won the hand, he would have roughly two-thirds of the chips in play.