With a middle-position raise to 2,500 and a cutoff call in front of him, Naoya Kihara three-bet to 11,000 from the big blind. Only the player in the cutoff called to see the flop.
Kihara continued for 10,500, his opponent called and the landed on the turn. This time Kihara check-called 15,200, landing the river to the board. Both players checked and Kihara tabled for treys and deuces.
His opponent, though, tabled to win the pot.