Robert Gorodetsky opened for 40,000 in the cutoff and snap-called a three-bet to 135,000 from button Dario Sammartino. The flop came and both checked. Gorodetsky came out betting with 120,000 on the turn, and Sammartino called. On the river, Sammartino told the dealer he was all in after Gorodetsky checked to him.
A frustrated Gorodetsky shot out of his chair, at risk for his last 300,000 or so. He paced away from the table then walked back and verbalized a call. Sammartino showed , and Gorodetsky winged his cards muckward, where the dealer flipped them over: .