Hand #56: Andoni Larrabe had the button.
Jorryt van Hoof opened to 1.1 million from the hijack and Mark Newhouse came along from the cutoff. With the action on Will Tonking in the small blind, he three-bet to 3.75 million and van Hoof quickly mucked before Newhouse called.
The dealer spread a flop. Tonking led out for 3.5 million with Newhouse making the call. The landed on the turn and Tonking went into the tank before checking, then Newhouse bet out 4.5 million. Tonking called.
The river brought the and after the New Jersey native checked again, Newhouse moved all in for 10.2 million.
After about a minute of deliberating, Tonking announced a call and Newhouse flipped over his .
However it would be Tonking's that would see him scoop the pot to send Newhouse to the rail in back-to-back 9th places for a $730,725 payday as Tonking soared to the chip lead with roughly 48.5 million in chips.