Robert Heidorn was the preflop raiser (to 2,400,000) with , and would go on to fire at every available opportunity. Sole caller James Romero (with ) called Heidorn’s continue on the flop, then his 6,000,000 bet on the turn – which he’d hit.
The river paired the board with the . Romero used two timebank cards before checking for a third time. Heidorn moved forward most of his stack, a bet of 14,000,000. After thinking for a while more, Romero made the call and was shown Heidorn’s king high, and what it’s like to be the chip leader.