After Budwey Salhab bumped it up to 18,000 from under the gun, Kane Kalas three-bet to 41,000 from the cutoff. Vinh Pham came along from late position, and Salhab elected to retreat by mucking his hand.
The flop fell and Vinh Pham knuckled the table and checked to Kalas, who obliged with a 42,000 continuation bet. When Pham sprung his trap with a check-raise shove, moving his 121,000 into the middle, Kalas was priced in and made the call.
Pham had flopped his set and played the hand perfectly to leave Kalas virtually drawing dead. The sealed the deal on the turn, and Pham improved his standing to a respectable 349,000, while Kane fell to 233,000.