Andy Frankenberger raised to 50,000 from the hijack seat, and Ali Eslami defended his big blind to see a heads-up flop.
It came , and Eslami checked to the raiser. When Frankenberger bet 61,000, Eslami check-raised nearly all in. He slid out 194,000, leaving just his last yellow T1,000 chip capping his cards. Frankenberger announced the call, and the hands were held face-down until the next card.
It was the , and Frankenberger used an overkill pot-sized bet to get Eslami's last chip into the middle.
"I have a good hand now," Eslami announced. He was still behind with , but he was nearly even money against Frankenberger's . The PokerNews Odds Calculator tells us he had a 45.45% chance of making a winner on the last card.
Sure enough, the river brought the and the straight for Eslami, and he's found his double. Just like that.