The button was with Pius Heinz. He raised to 3.4 million and Martin Staszko made the call.
The flop was and Staszko checked. Heinz bet 3.8 million. Staszko called to see the turn.
On the turn, the dealer paired the board with the . Staszko checked and Heinz fired 8.4 million. Staszko took his time and then fired back with a raise to 18.5 million. Heinz took his own time, reached for chips and then slid in a call. Heinz's hands were noticeably shaking when he reached for chips and made the call.
The river was the and completed a possible flush draw in diamonds. Staszko paused after the river card hit and then bet 20.25 million. Heinz didn't take long at all to muck his hand and Staszko climbed to 141.3 million. Heinz dropped way back to 64.6 million.