Lee Childs, a former World Series of Poker final tablist, raised to 1,200 from late position. The player to Childs' direct left flat-called (hijack), only to see Dan Fleyshman three-bet to 5,175 from his seat in the small blind. Childs folded but the player in the hijack called.
The flop ran out and Fleyshman immediately moved in for his last 15,000. The hijack tanked for almost a minute before calling.
Fleyshman flipped over the in front of him and his opponent the . The turn and river were the and respectively, the hijack commenting how he would have lost anyway because he put Fleyshman on pocket queens.