First to act, Jonathan Duhamel raised to 55,000 and Viktor Blom called from the small blind.
The flop was checked by Blom. Duhamel bet 77,000, but watched as Blom popped it to 215,000. After carefully counting through his stack, Duhamel re-raised to 386,000. Blom, though, four-bet to 575,000 and quickly heard Duhamel announce all in. Not thrilled to hear that, Blom called and tabled . Duhamel held and needed to fade an ace, queen, or a heart on the turn and river.
Blom spiked a heart to complete his flush draw, but still needed to dodge a jack or seven on the river to take the chip lead.
With that pot, Blom takes the chip lead while Duhamel exits in fouth place.