We picked up the action on the flop as the dealer spread out a to start. Austin Schaaf was the bettor, and he made it 36,000 to go. Blair Hinkle called, and Schaff checked to him him on the turn. Hinkle took his cue to bet 77,000, and Schaff called. On the river, Schaff check-called another bet, 115,000 this time.
Hinkle could be forgiven if he thought his was good. It wasn't. Schaff showed down the surprise , and his set of kings bumps him all the way up to 560,000. For Hinkle, it's a setback to 365,000 or so, but he's likely content to get off as cheaply as he did with those strong hands colliding.