Timoshenko open-shoved from the button and was quickly called by Froehlich, who put his last 409,000 at risk. E-Fro showed down the and was off to the races against Timoshenko's .
The dealer revealed a flop of and Froehlich's hand was safe for the time being. The on the turn was a dagger to the heart of the American, however, and he needed to spike a two-outer to win the hand.
E-Fro's cheering section began calling for an eight on the river but the dealer turned over the , giving the pot to Timoshenko and forcing Froehlich cash in his last remaining 800,000 bullet.