Matthew Parry raised it up to 1,800 in late position, and the small blind called. Raj Vohra was in the big blind, and he put out a three bet to 6,200. Parry called that raise, then the small blind moved all in for 20,200. Vohra made the call, as did Parry, and there was already over 60,000 in the middle going to the flop.
Those three cards were , and Vohra led out for 13,000 into an empty side pot. Parry made the call, and the turn was the . Vohra put out a substantial bet of 55,000, and Parry went deep into the tank. He ended up thinking for over three minutes before letting his hand go, and it was just Vohra and the all-in player.
Vohra's tens had held up through the turn, and they stayed in the lead as the hit the river. After stacking that pot, Vohra is now up to 312,000, which gives him the chip lead and makes him the first player to crack the 300,000 chip mark.