Davidi Kitai and Ihar Soika were facing off in a pot and had reached the turn with the board showing . Soika had checked from the small blind and Kitai bet 6,600. Soika made the call.
The river was the and again Soika checked. Kitai mused on what to do. There was about 25,000 in the pot and both he and his opponent had about the same amount behind. In the end Kitai thought better of it and checked behind, mucking when Soika showed him the .
A discussion broke out on the table as to whether the shove was the right thing to do on the river. Jack Salter thought the would surely have to fold, but neither player involved in the hand joined in.