The biggest pot of the tournament took place in Christopher Back's table, who emerged as the new millionaire in chips. Anthony Zinno was his opponent and he is left with less than ten big blinds.
Anson Tsang open the action with a 30,000-chip raise from early position, to get called by Back in the cutoff and Shaun Deeb in the small blind before Anthony Zinno reraise the pot to 150,000 from the big blind. Tsang get out of the way, Back announced all in and Zinno called after Deeb's fold.
The board was a rollercoaster ride for both players, with the giving the lead to Back with two pair, the on the turn making a split more likely, and the on the river giving again the lead and the pot to Back, who is among the chip leaders.