Jared Bleznick opened to 2,500, Philipp Gruissem three-bet to 8,700 in position, and Bleznick called. The flop fell , Bleznick checked, and Gruissem instantly moved all in for 8,100. Bleznick called.
"Backdoor flush draw," Gruissem chuckled.
The turn and river came , respectively, and Bleznick doubled, saying something that sounded like, "I love the king."
About an orbit later, after the level change, Gruissem limped in, two players limped behind including Jonathan Duhamel, and Bleznick potted from the small blind. Gruissem re-potted, and the action folded back to Bleznick who called all-in for 20,900.
The flop have Bleznick a lowly pair of sixes, and Gruissem still held an overpair and a flush draw. The turn was red, but the actually gave Bleznick a leading pair of aces, and when the completed the board, he doubled once again through the German.
Bleznick now sits with 46,000 chips, while Gruissem is down to 20,000 or so.