Action folded to Anthony Spinella on the button. He put in a raise to 55,000 before it was Bryan Colin's turn to act. Colin was in the small blind and reraised to 150,000 even. After the reraise, Colin had exactly 421,000 behind. Jeff Papola was in the big blind and paused. He then asked Spinella how much he had behind. Spinella responded by telling him he had about 660,000 behind. Papola then paused for another few moments before announcing, "I'm all in."
Spinella was drawn back for a second, but then made the call and was all in. Now it was Colin who was drawn back by everything. "Wooooow!" he said, leaning back in his chair. Colin then tanked for a bit while mumbling, "I don't think I can fold this hand." Eventually, Colin did give it up and showed that he was laying down . A solid fold given how many chips he already put into the pot. Papola showed the , which Colin was ahead of, but his hunch was backed up when Spinella tabled the for the best pair.
The flop came down and Papola landed top set to take the lead. The turn brought the and the river the . Although he got his money in good, Spinella was out-flopped and hit the rail in sixth place. He took home $66,199 for his finish while Papola saw his stack grow to about three million. That's good enough for the chip lead.