Mark Zullo raised to 80,000, and Brock Wilson called. The flop came , Wilson checked, Zullo bet 75,000, and Wilson check-raised to 175,000. Zullo called.
The turn card was the , Wilson checked, Zullo bet 150,000, and Wilson called.
The river card was the , Wilson checked, and Zullo moved all in. Wilson had 555,000 left in his stack, and he went into the tank for a long time.
At one point, Wilson said, “I have a jack,” which would mean trip jacks, but he thought for a while longer before he called all in for 555,000 and made it official by showing for trip jacks.
Zullo turned over for a bluff (he was playing the board), and Wilson won the pot to double up in chips.
Brock Wilson – 1,960,000 (49 bb)
Mark Zullo – 2,200,000 (55 bb)
A short while later, Brock Wilson raised to 40,000, Mark Zullo reraised to 225,000, and Wilson thought for a while before he called.
The flop came , Zullo bet 130,000, and Wilson called. The turn card was the , and both players checked.
The river card was the , Zullo bet 150,000, and Wilson tanked for a while before he raised to 725,000. Zullo tanked for a long time before he folded, and — at the urging of his rail — Wilson showed for an ace-high bluff as he took the pot.
Brock Wilson – 2,275,000 (57 bb)
Mark Zullo – 1,885,000 (47 bb)
As you can see, that pot gave Wilson the chip lead for the first time in heads-up play.