Hand #1: Taylor Paur raised to 110,000 from the cutoff and the rest of the table folded.
Hand #2: Anton Morgenstern raised to 110,000 from the under-the-gun position and the rest folded again.
Hand #3: Ihar Soika raised to 110,000 from mid-position and Paur folded. Bart Lybaert was next up to act in the hijack and he three-bet to 340,000. The others on his left folded so action was back on Soika who called.
The flop came , and Soika check-called the 150,000 bet of Lybaert.
The turn was the , and Soika checked once more. Lybaert continued with a bet of 675,000. Soika looked at Lybaert and then called after about 30 seconds.
The completed the board on the river. Soika checked for the last time. Lybaert considered his options for a while and then took three green 100,000-value chips off a stack and pushed forward the remaining stack as a bet. The dealer confirmed the bet was for 1,700,000. This sent Soika deep into the tank.
Soika looked at his cards again and at Lybaert. Another minute went by and Soika looked at the board and Lybaert. This went on for about another two minutes. He then glanced at his cards once more. He cut out calling chips and then counted the remainder of his green chips. He then looked to be making the call but hesitated. Soika continued to stare at Lybaert for another two minutes or so and then called.
Lybaert flipped over for the flopped full house, aces over nines. Soika mucked.