Picking up the action on a flop of Martin Jacobson was first to act and he checked over another player at the table who put in a continuation bet. Mark Sleet was on the button and he made it 225,000. Action was now back on Jacobson and he raised, three-betting to 675,000. Only Sleet called.
The turn was the and Jacobson continued, betting 1,200,000. Sleet called.
On the river, Jacobson checked. Sleet then moved all in. Jacobson snap folded, holding on a few moments before showing his for a flopped set.
Sleet who had pushed his cards forward pulled them back, and showed his for a rivered flush, confirming that Jacobson did, in fact, make the correct laydown.
With that pot, Sleet moved over seven million while Jacobsen slipped to right around 7,250,000.