Pius Heinz had the button, and he opened to 4.2 million. It was three-bet time for Martin Staszko again, and he made it 11 million total. Heinz shoved in for close to 70 million, and Staszko quietly folded.
Pius Heinz raised to 4.2 million from the button, and Martin Staszko called to see the flop.
It came , and the Czech led out into the pot with 5 million of his own chips. Heinz was the one doing the calling now, and the turn brought them the . Staszko checked now, and Heinz checked it back to see the on the river. Check-check again.
Neither player could beat the board, and they chopped it up. We only caught a quick glimpse of the cards, but it looked like Staszko had flopped two pair with , and Heinz appeared to have or .
Pius Heinz opened to 4 million on the button, and Martin Staszko defended his big blind. The flop came , and Heinz put another 4.5 million chips out there. Staszko check-raised to 10.2 million, though, and Heinz sat studying for about a minute. Then came the hammer -- all in for 54.3 million on a three-bet shove. Staszko has a habit of looking backward over his left shoulder when he's facing a big decision, and he spent some time doing just that before surrendering.
Heinz takes his fifth pot in a row, rebounding back up to 73.1 million.