Robert Salaburu just raised to 60,000 on the button, and David Peters defended his big blind.
The flop came down , and Peters checked. Salaburu bet 30,000, and Peters check-raised to 95,000. Salaburu plays at a very high pace, and he snap-called.
On the turn the hit, and Peters moved all in for 518,000. Salaburu snap-called.
Peters was looking to catch one of the two remaining sixes, but the river was the . After winning this pot Salaburu jumps ahead of Kyle Keranen, and takes the chip lead. Both players are seated at the ESPN Stage, and Marcel Lüske is caught in between these two massive stacks.