We caught up with the action to see the player in the small blind, Eugene Katchalov, and David Singer looking down at a flop of .
With 3,800 in the pot from preflop action, the small blind led out for 2,300. Katchalov called and Singer got out of the way. The struck the turn and the small blind fired out once again with a single orange t5,000 chip. Katchalov decided to stick around.
The river paired the board with the and the small blind slowed down. Katchalov bet 7,500 and the small blind threw away his hand.
"Would you have called a shove?" asked the small blind.
"I'd rather not say," replied Katchalov as he stacked his newly earned chips.