Kenneth Kee limped in the second position with and Mikita Badziakouski peeled in the next seat. He made it 500,000 but Kee fired back with a limp-shove.
"Ay ay, count please," Badziakouski said with a sad tone in his voice.
It was 1,785,000 and Badziakouski pressed the call button.
Badziakouski hit a good flop of but Kee could still get back ahead should he hit a king or a ten. The turn didn't help him but the river came to Kee's rescue and he scored a big double up, vaulting to 3.7 million in chips.