The flop was a draw heavy and Dan Fleyshman decided to bet 10,000 into it. Noah Schwarts responded by raising to 28,000 and his opponent made the call. The on the turn was bet again by Fleyshman, this time 30,000 and Schwartz quickly called. A second seven, the showed up on the river and Fleyshman slowed right down and checked. Schwartz, possibly sensing weakness, bet a tower of blue and black chips worth a total of 100,000.
This was enough to force Fleyshman out of the pot and Schwartz won the hand.