Anthony Zinno opened to 5,500 from middle position, Martin Kozlov called from the cutoff, and Murad Akhundov called on the button. Byron Kaverman three-betted to 22,000 from the big blind, getting Zinno out of the way. Kozlov and Akhundov committed the extra chips, creating a three-way pot.
The flop came and Kaverman checked. Kozlov bet 16,500, Akhundov snap-folded, and Kaverman called after some deliberation. On the turn, Kaverman checked again. This time, Kozlov casually flicked three 25,000 chips, totaling 75,000, in the middle.
Kaverman seemed aghast by the situation, mulling over his decision for the better part of four minutes. With a grimace on his face, the American eventually elected to let it slide, sending the big pot to Kozlov.