Aaron Steury raised to 100,000 on the button and both Michael Chow and Adam Friedman came along. The dealer spread a flop of and the players all tapped the table.
The turn card came and Chow led out for 100,000, forcing Friedman to fold. Steury wanted to see the last card and made the call, bringing the to the table on the river.
Chow led out for 100,000 more and Steury looked him up, only to see Chow table his for a diamond flush and a 2-3-4-5-6 low. This powerful Omaha-8 hand earned Chow the scoop and he now sits with 1,350,000 chips while Steury slipped to 1,600,000.