Zsolt Vizsnyiczai opened for 35,000 from the cutoff and directly behind him, Vanessa Selbst three-bet to 78,000 on the button. Action folded back over to Vizsnyiczai, who then four-bet to 155,000. Selbst thought it over and made the call.
The flop came and Vizsnyiczai led out for approximately 200,000. Selbst called and the fell on the turn. Undeterred, Vizsnyiczai fired again for 230,000 - sending Selbst deep into the tank. Selbst sat pondering as the ESPN camera crew rushed to her table and, after a couple minutes, Selbst opted to lay her hand down.
The ESPN crew then took footage of both their hands.
"Guess I'll get to see [your hand] when it's on TV," Selbst said to Vizsnyiczai.
Selbst was knocked down to 1,610,000 as a result of the hand, while Vizsnyiczai chipped up to 1.8 million.