On a flop of Jenya Gavrilovich bet 1,900 against Omar Lakhdari. Earlier today Lakhdari was taking exception to Gavrilovich tanking for up to a minute each hand pre-flop, but that seems to be in the past. In the middle of a massage, Lakhdari calls instantly, his chips almost beating his opponent's into the pot.
The turn was the and Gavrilovich bet 4,600. Again, Lakhdari called. The river was the and this time Gavrilovich checked.
"Why you check?" inquires Lakhdari before moving all in. His opponent composes himself and tanks for a minute or so before calling.
Lakhdari shrugs and flashes . Gavrilovich shows and wins the pot with a pair of threes, eliminating his opponent.
As Lakhdari got to his feet to pay for his massage, Gavrilovich looked him dead in the eye: "I'm from Belarus" he said.
The Belarussian now has over 100,000 in chips.