Sam Panzica raised on the button, and Nick Petrangelo defended his big blind. The flop came down [Ad][10d][5d], and Petrangelo checked to Panzica, who continued for 55,000. Petrangelo check raised to 150,000, and Panzica moved all in. Petrangelo rechecked his cards, then made the call.
Petrangelo flopped the flush, but he would still have to avoid another diamond to earn the hand. Both players were virtually even in chips, with Petrangelo holding just a bit more. The board would finish out with two low black cards, [4s] and [3c], and Petrangelo's flush held.
This leaves us three handed. Alex Foxen still has a comfortable lead with 2,400,000, but Maria Ho and Petrangelo have chips to battle him with now, as both have around 1,200,000.