Craig Fishman moved all in from the hijack for his last 67,000 as Ryan D’Angelo made the call from the cut-off. The button and blinds all went through their slight pauses, but all opted to fold, as the other two players tabled their cards.
The board ran out to see Fisherman flop a set, and hold, moving up to 148,00 in chips.
In the very next hand, Andrew Robl opened from the cut-off for 13,000, as it folded around to Fishman on the big blind.
“I now have chips to burn,” said Fishman, making the call.
“That’s good to hear,” replied Robl, as both players saw the flop come .
Fishman checked as Robl threw out a continuation bet of 13,000. No sooner did the chips go into the middle, did Fishman announce all in for his last 134,000. Robl was taken aback by the bet, as he went deep into the tank. A few minutes had passed, with Robl looking more and more stressed out the longer he took to decide.
He eventually mucked his hand, relinquishing the pot to Fishman.