It folded around to Dominik Desset on the button, who woke up with As Kd and whacked it in. In the big blind, chip leader Alex Hendriks made the call with Ah 9d, and they were on their proverbial backs.
Board: 5d 7c Ts 3h 6d
A total absence of nines or other outdraws (the “reverse nine” the commentators spoke of on the river is more usually know as a “six” and doesn’t count) meant that Desset doubled up to 1.5 million. Hendriks remains the chip leader after that, but the margin he’s leading by isn’t quite so wide any more – he’s on 3 million now, with Daniel Camus just a little behind on 2.5 million.