First into the pot from middle position, Ryan Lenaghan raised to 220,000, and Hilton Laborda defended his big blind with a call.
The flop came , and Laborda took the betting lead with 230,000. Lenaghan flatted there, and he called another 435,000 behind the turn. The on the river put four spades on board, and Laborda took his time stacking out one last bet of 640,000. Lenaghan made the call, showing up . It was good. Laborda's cards hit the muck, and he's given another chip increase to Ryan Lenaghan.
He's just shy of 16 million now, sitting with about 15.7.