Chipleader Shai Arbel moved all in from the button, and Michael Casson called all in from the big blind for 10,100,000 with .
Arbel turned over , and Casson needed his pocket tens to hold to stay alive.
The board came , and Casson flopped a set of tens and rivered a full house to win the pot and double up in chips — creating a nearly three-way tie for the chip lead.
These were the approximate chip counts after that hand:
Seat 1. Andrew Heckman – 21,000,000 (35 bb)
Seat 2. Shai Arbel – 21,500,000 (36 bb)
Seat 3. Evan Sandberg – 9,300,000 (16 bb)
Seat 4. Michael Casson – 21,100,000 (35 bb)
Seat 5. Shane Raikes – 6,300,000 (11 bb)
With five players remaining, the average chip stack is about 15.6 million (26 big blinds), and the remaining players are all guaranteed at least $92,250 each.