James Park limped in from the small blind and Dash Dudley checked in the big blind, delivering a flop of . Park checked over to Dudley, who bet 500,000, and Park came along to see the on the turn. Park now led for 1,100,000 and Dudley folded.
Park limped in one orbit later again and Dudley checked once more. This time, Park bet the flop for 400,000 and Dudley called to head to the turn. Park checked over to Dudley, who fired a bet of 700,000 with around 2,100,000 behind. Park made the call to create a pot of 3,000,000 to the river.
A check by park prompted the shove of Dudley for 2,125,000 and Park asked for a count, grabbed calling chips and studied the board and his opponent. One minute and some table chat followed and Park made the call with for trips treys. Dudley had that beat with for trips eights and his rail started cheering as their favorite doubled back into contention.