Kyle Montgomery got some chips back when he raised the pot pre at the end of the last level and picked up a call by Will Jaffe, who then check-folded the flop to a continuation bet.
Over on the other table, James Park raised the button and Eoghan O'Dea called in the big blind. O'Dea check-called a bet of 200,000 and they checked the turn. The river paired the board for the second time and O'Dea now led for 250,000. Park engaged in some table chat and called.
O'Dea rolled over the for a flush and that won the pot.