Eric Froehlich raised to 26,000, and Yevgeniy Timoshenko reraised to 72,000. Froehlich called, and the flop drew a 60,000-chip continuation bet from Timoshenko. Froehlich took pause before announcing an all in for 428,000, and Timoshenko asked for the count. He's spend a couple minutes considering before making the call, and Froehlich was at risk for his first bullet. He was essentially flipping a coin.
Fröhlich was drawing, but his overcards were live, too. He'd need a five, eight, nine, or ten to win the pot.
That'll do it. Timoshenko was drawing dead, and Froelich has doubled up in a big way. The meaningless rivered, and Timoshenko counted out his debt and paid it off.
The "Let's go, E-Fro" chants rang out from the sparsely populated arena as Froehlich takes the lead in the match.