On a flop of Daniel Colman in the small blind checked to Vladimir Troyanovskiy who bet 3,500. Alexander Uskov in the cutoff made the call and Colman tossed in two 5,000 chips. For a fraction of a second the dealer thought it was a call, but she announced raise not much later. Both Troyanovskiy as Uskov made the call.
Colman bet another 16,500 on the -turn and Troyanovskiy folded. Uskov wasn't planning on doing the same though, and called. The fell on the river and Colman bet a mere 12,000. After just a little bit of thinking Uskov shoved all in. We couldn't see for how much it exactly was, as Colman called rather quickly.
Colman showed for the rivered straight, while Uskov smashed his on the table in defeat. Troyanovskiy laughed silently at Colman, and the two exchanged glances with a smile because Colman had check raised into two players with not all that much.
The Russian player left the tournament room and while Colman was still stacking his chips, action folded to him and he raised the button. Troyanovskiy made the call from the big blind and checked to Colman on . Colman fired a 1,600 continuation bet and Troyanovskiy made it 5,200. Colman called and called another 10,000 on the -turn.
The river came the and Troyanovskiy bet out 26,000. Colman thought about it for a little bit, and then called. Troyanovskiy tabled and Colman mucked.