After the under-the-gun player opened for 850 and a player in middle position called, 2011 World Series of Poker champ Pius Heinz put in a three-bet from the button. Dimitrii Naumov then four-bet to 3,000 from the big blind, the two in-betweeners folded, and Heinz made the call to see a flop that contained two hearts.
Naumov proceeded to move all in and Heinz snap-called off for 6,350.
Naumov was ahead, but Heinz was drawing to the nut flush. Fortunately for him, it came in as the dealer burned and turned the . After the was run out on the river, a smiling Heinz was pushed the pot.