With 31,000 in the middle and the board reading , Martin Kozlov checked from the big blind and Tim Andrew bet 17,000 from the cutoff. Kozlov check-raised the pot to 82,000. After some consideration, Andrew called.
The hit the river and both players checked. Andrew tabled for bottom set with a turned second-nut flush draw only to see Kozlov flip over to take the pot with a set of nines.
"I was praying for a deuce on the river, actually," said Kozlov as he stacked his newly acquired chips.