Paul Phua raised to 54,000 from under the gun and Mikita Badziakouski three-bet to 160,000 in the cutoff. Rainer Kempe four-bet shoved for 972,000 in total. Phua used a time-bank and then decided to shove for more, around 1,700,000. Badziakouski looked pained and reluctantly folded but wanted to keep the cards with him.
The flop came and Badziakouski threw his cards in the muck.
The turn was the which meant that a six on the river would chop the pot.
But the river completed the board with the for Phua to hit the higher pair of queens to send Kempe packing.