Leonid Markin opened to 400,000 and was called by Paul Newey in the big blind.
The flop came down and Newey checked. Markin reached for his chips and bet out another 400,000 as Newey stared him down. A moment passed before Newey himself reached for some chips before raising it up to 1.1 million.
“How many chips are in play?” asked Markin, contemplating his call.
“So you have me covered,” figured Markin out loud, before eventually leting go of his hand.