There was around 6,500 in the middle on a board of in a heads up pot between Rifat Palevic in the small blind and a player who was under the gun. Palevic checked to his opponent, who put out a bet of 4,500. Palevic asked how much the player had, thinking for a bit before putting out a check-raise to 10,000.
His opponent then went into the tank and Palevic talked a bit more about how he had just thrown in a small raise. A friend of his had just walked into the room and walked by Palevic's table, prompting him to let his friend know that he was in a pot and had just put in a raise. His friend stuck around and the two joked about whether he was going to lose the hand or hit the river as the under-the-gun player made the call to bring the river .
"I'm all in," said Palevic, lifting up stacks of chips and putting them back down onto the felt in front of him, with each stack dropping slightly more forcefully. His opponent went into the tank.
"Please, don't slow roll me!" said Palevic with a laugh. "My heart is going ba-bump, ba-bump, ba-bump!"
His opponent told him he only had kings with a little smile and Palevic confirmed he already knew that. The player found a fold after a few more seconds and Palevic took down the pot.
He lifted up his cards to show his friend and his opponent asked to see as well. Palevic told him he had a full house, kings full and began to laugh, changing his tune to say he showed his friend the .
"I flopped a flush draw and turned trips," said Palevic. "That was why I checked to you on the turn - I knew you had the king," he added as he raked in the pot, bringing him close to two starting stacks in the process.