Following a raise from early position and two calls from the players in the next two seats, the action stopped at David Laka who squeezed to 4,500 out of the big blind. Only the first flatter called and they continued heads-up to the flop.
Laka fired 4,000 and his opponent tossed in calling chips. Laka barreled small on the turn, making it 5,100. His opponent raised to 12,000 and Laka paused for a while before matching the price.
The hit the river and Laka checked. His rival moved all in for what looked like 20,300 and Laka thought for about a minute.
"I have a really good hand to call," Laka said. However, he eventually let his hand go and continued with 42,100.