Under the gun, Robert Pisano raised to 180,000, and Edward Ochana called to see a flop.
The two men went heads-up, and the dealer put out for the first three community cards. Pisano continued out with 270,000 chips, and Ochana called to go to the turn. Pisano checked this time, and he called one of Ochana's bets -- 430,000. On the river , Ochana fired another 720,000, and Pisano decided to look him up with one last call.
Ochana tabled for the middle pair, and Robert Pisano's was stronger. He's chipped up to about 5.2 million courtesy of that pot, while Ochana drops back to 3.565 million.