Vadim Belov was stood up, the sign then of a man all-in and closer inspection revealed that he had shoved for 88,400 on a flop. Akin Tuna had already bet 12,500 and was debating whether to call the extra 75,900. After a minute or so he did indeed make the call.
Tuna was ahead but not by much, according the PokerNews Odds Calculator he was a slim 53%-47% favourite to have his hand hold up. The turn gave Belov instant service and meant he was a 100% lock to win the hand and the meaningless hit the river.
Tuna is down to 113,000 after that hand whilst Belov is up to around 195,000.