Masato Yokosawa was under the gun and raised to 90,000. He was three-bet to 230,000 by Simon Lofberg in the cutoff and called.
Action checked to the river as the board came and Yokosawa checked one last time before Lofberg threw out a bet of 200,000. Yokosawa went into the tank, using two time extensions to consider his decision.
"Sorry guys," he said amidst his deliberation. He eventually called.
Lofberg tabled for two pair, aces and jacks, and Yokosawa sent his cards to the muck, finding himself with 600,000 after losing the pot. Meanwhile, Lofberg is now a hair over 3 million and is the clear chip leader among the final nine.