Michael Bees opened the action with a raise and Zack Milchman made it three bets. Bees made the call. The flop came and Bees would get the last of his chips in and be at risk with . "I have a good PLO hand," said Milchman as he turned over .
The turn was the giving Bees two pair and the river was the to improve his hand to a ten high spade flush. That was good enough to give him the pot as he doubled up to 800,000 in chips. Milchman dropped to 1,750,000 just 200,000 ahead of Phillip Hui.