Kyle Loman opened to 2,500, and Eugene Katchalov flatted next door to see a flop.
It came , and Loman continued out with another 2,700. Katchalov called, and he faced another bet of 5,700 on the turn. He called again, and the river went check-check.
Loman didn't want to show his cards, and Katchlov knew that meant his was good. It was, and it's good enough to push him up to about 70,000, now drawing close to the 78,000-chip stack of Loman next door.