After Daniel Park opened to 12,000 from the button, Michael DeGilio three-bet to 32,000 from the small blind, and Nick Schwarmann flatted from the big. Park got out of the way, and the dealer fanned a flop of across the felt.
DeGilio check-called a bet of 55,000 from Schwarmann on the flop, and both players checked the on the turn. When the dropped in on the river, DeGilio checked once more, and Schwarmann fired away with a bet of 104,000.
Going into the tank for more than a minute, DeGilio eventually decided to look Schwarmann up, but he mucked when he saw the hit the table.
After leading the Day 1 chip counts, and dipping below the average midway through this Day 2, Schwarmann is making a major push to put his name back atop the counts by the end of play here this evening.