Hand #114: Chris Hunichen raised to 225,000 and Nadar Kakhmazov called.
The flop was and Kakhmazov check-raised a bet of 225,000 from Hunichen to 650,000. Hunichen called.
The turn was the . Kakhmazov checked and Hunichen bet 975,000. Kakhmazov moved all in for 8,990,000 and Hunichen asked for a count.
"Why you want count?" said Kakhmazov. "I have more than you."
"Want to know what I have?" continued Kakhmazov. "You will know in 30 minutes."
"Or right now," replied Hunichen, who had 2,690,000 behind.
"Right now is better," said Kakhmazov. "If you fold and show, I will show you."
Eventually, Hunichen called.
The river was the and, after the floor briefly announced that it was a chop pot, they soon realised that Kakhmazov's played, which meant Hunichen was eliminated in second place for $358,677.