Viktor Lavi opened to 1,600 from middle position, Martins Adeniya three-bet to 3,600 on the button, and Lavi made the call.
The flop fell , and Lavi check-called a 3,800-chip bet from Adeniya.
The turn was the , Lavi checked again, and Adeniya fired 8,400. Lavi examined the bet, thought for 30 seconds or so, then called.
The completed the board, and Lavi checked a third and final time. Adeniya, who was staring down Lavi, turned his attention to his own stack. Eventually, he grabbed it all, and moved all in for 22,800.
Lavi quickly called, and Adeniya turned over for a queen-high flush. Lavi mucked, and Adeniya raked in the pot.