Artur Martirosian's cutoff raise was defended by Cary Katz in the big blind, which led them to the flop. Katz elected to check-call a bet of 16,000 and then open-shoved the turn.
Martirosian asked for an exact count and made the call when it was deemed to be for 205,000.
The top pair of the Russian was ahead but Katz had plenty of outs with his gutshot and flush draw. However, the river was not among them to reduce the field to the final 10 players.
One hand later, Martirosian raised and collected the blinds and big blind ante without resistance.
"Not a steal", he joked and exposed the . "A little steal," Chris Brewer added.