Jim Mastorakos had been relatively quiet throughout the day but found himself in a massive pot on feature table 31.
The player on the button raised to 3,500, Mastorakos called from the small blind, as did the big blind, to go three-ways into a flop of .
Mastorakos checked, the big blind opened for 5,000 and the button got out of the way before Mastorakos called, so it was heads-up to the turn of the .
Mastorakos check-called the big blind's bet of 15,000, then on the river , Mastorakos checked, the big blind player shoved for around 100,000 and Mastorakos snap-called all-in for 73,400.
The dealer quickly mucked the opponent's hand - despite the scary-looking board Mastorakos' top two pair was good to take down the pot and the overall chip lead with a stack of 196,000.