Tsugunari Toma opened to 12,000 in the cutoff and was three-bet all in for 95,000 by Ramin Hajiyev, who was on the button. Action made its way back to Toma and he proceeded to think about his decision for a few moments.
Hajiyev told him that he knew he was really considering what to do and then proceeded to provide some words of encouragement, trying to talk Toma into a call. Eventually, he said that Toma wasn't going to get him twice.
Toma was unsure of what he heard, so Hajiyev gave him a reminder of when Toma had knocked him out previously today.
"Ah, yes. Okay!" said Toma, throwing out four T25,000 chips to call.
The table erupted upon seeing Toma's hand: the excitement was palpable as to how Hajiyev had actually convinced Toma into calling with the best hand.
"I can't lose to you twice," insisted Hajiyev.
The flop came to give Hajiyev four more outs to Broadway, one of which would come on the turn to lock in his double before the river completed the runout. Hajiyev was paid the double, talking about how he tried to bait a call because of the likelihood that Toma had a worse ace as he stacked his newly-earned chips.