From the cutoff seat, Shaun Deeb came in raising to 5,500. Leonid Bilokur was on the button and tapping away furiously on his iPad, and he made a reraise to 12,800. Deeb studied for a long while, asked to see Bilokur's stack, then four-bet to 31,700. Bilokur quickly slid out a tower of his high-value chips totaling 83,800, leaving just a few thousand behind. Deeb shoved in, and the cards were on their backs.
Deeb seemed perfectly confident in the abilities of the mighty jack-ten. Sure enough, the flop gave him a sweat, and the turn filled in the flush. Deeb needed to fade another heart to secure the knockout, and the river did just that.
Bilokur tipped over a couple chairs on his way out the door, while Deeb has stacked his way up to about 235,000 chips now.
After the hand, Matt Marafioti needled a bit about the light shove.
"Just pretend I called the three-bet and check-shoved the flop," he said with a smirk.