In back to back hands Pius Heinz just made a lot of new chips.
In the first hand he was seated in the big blind and he was involved in a three way pot. We saw Heinz check-call a 1,600 bet from the big blind on a flop. One other gentleman had folded so it was just Heinz and Russian player Valeriy Chupin to the turn.
Heinz check-called another 3,600 once the hit the turn and the former world champ checked again on the river. Chupin checked behind and mucked as Heinz showed for the missed flush but rivered straight.
The next hand Heinz was in the small blind and again involved in a three way pot with Chupin. Chupin wasn't the one going broke in the hand though, Jeff Rossiter was.
On a flop Heinz checked to Chupin. The Russian player made a 1,700 bet and Rossiter made the call in position. Heinz check raised to 5,800 and Chupin reluctantly folded. Rossiter wasn't intending on doing the same, he pushed all in for what appeared about 17,000. Heinz instantly called.
Heizn showed for the flopped set, Rossiter tabled for the over-pair with the gutshot.
The hit the turn, giving Heinz the unbeatable quads and sending Rossiter home. The fell on the river just to make things official.
While Rossiter made his exit, Heinz was counting his chips. He has about 50,000 now, back in action!