Clyde Tjauw Foe raised to 27,000 on the button and Andrew Chen three-bet to 100,000 out of the small blind. The start-of-the-day chip leader called and then called a barrel worth 92,000 on the flop by the Canadian. The on the turn didn't slow down the action, instead Chen bet another 135,000 and was called.
With the on the river completing the board, Chen checked and Tjauw Foe bet 360,000 into a pot of 682,000. This amount equaled half of the stack of the Dutchman and Chen tank-called to muck when shown . After this massive pot, Tjauw Foe is back where he started more than 12 hours ago - in first place.