Maria Ho reraised an opponent to 1,200 before the flop, and they responded with a four-bet to 3,100. Ho then moved all in for her last 13,050, and the other player made the call.
Both players held suited big slick, and according to the PokerNews Poker Odds Calculator, the likelihood of a chopped pot was 85.69%.
With two diamonds on the flop, Ho opened up the possibility of stealing the entire pot away from her now distressed opponent. When the arrived on the turn, Ho made her flush while eliminating an opponent in one of the most agonizing ways possible. The fell on the river just to rub it in, and with that Ho moved her stack above the 25,000 plateau.