John Hewitt opened to 525,000, Pius Heinz three-bet to 1.175 million on the button, and the action folded back to Hewitt who called.
The dealer fanned , and Hewitt checked. Heinz continued for 950,000, and Hewitt called.
The turn was the , Hewitt checked again, and Heinz tanked before firing 2.125 million. Hewitt immediately called, and checked a third time once the hit the river. Heinz thought for nearly two minutes, then slid out a massive bet of 4.4 million. Hewitt did not act as quick as he did on previous streets, but he still called rather swiftly, and Heinz mucked as soon as he did.
Hewitt tabled for a pair of queens, the stood up, clapping in celebration. He raked in a monster pot, and is now neck-and-neck with Anton Makievskyi and Eoghan O'Dea for the chip lead.