After a hot start, Ali Reza Fatehi had lost a few chips, but just got back to his high-water mark so far courtesy of Daniel Dvoress.
The big hand started with a Dvoress open to 4,700 and Fatehi three-bet the button, making it 14,000. Only Dvoress called and they went heads-up to a flop. Both players checked to the turn, but after Dvoress checked, Fatehi led for 13,200.
Dvoress looked confused, but called before the dealer burned and turned over river. Another check from Dvoress and Fatehi grabbed chips of every color before firing in a bet of 38,200. Dvoress looked even more confused and folded.