Jonathan Duhamel has the button.
He raises to 2.5 million again, and this time John Racener takes pause from the small blind. He eventually calls, and Joseph Cheong comes on into the pot as well, our second family pot of three-handed action.
The flop comes which looks pretty fun but ultimately results in three checks.
Turn: . Cheong bets 3.5 million now, enough to fold Duhamel quickly. Racener, however, is unconvinced as he plunks in the call.
River: . Cheong checks, and Racener checks it right back. He's first to show, and he tables for the set. That gets Cheong's cards into the muck and the pot into Racener's stack.