Philadelphia's Kenny Smaron, an online sit-and-go legend, was in a big clash on his table. Smaron presumably opened from under the gun, and a player in the small blind three-bet to 2,625. Smaron fired back with a four-bet, making it 5,400. He received a call.
The fell on the flop, and the small blind checked quickly. Smaron had only around 8,000 chips left behind. He paused for a minute before throwing in 2,500, although it wasn't clear if he announced all in or not. Either way, his opponent folded instantly, and the four-bet pot joined Smaron's belongings as he soared up to 18,000.