James Guinther just raised from the button to 600 and last year's runner-up in the $25,000 WSOP Heads Up Championship Yevgeniy Timoshenko decided to three-bet to 2,100. Guinther took his time before calmly sliding out a 4,600 chip four-bet. Timoshenko tanked for a bit before making the call.
On a board both players checked the hand down and Timoshenko announced he had a pair. Guinther mucked when he got shown and Timoshenko took down this pot. Both players have 20,000 chips in play and one lammer behind. Timoshenko is now up to 25,000 chips.