Frederic Banjout tossed out eight yellow T1,000 chips, limping in from the cutoff, and when he did, two of the chips rolled in front of Andrew Robl, who was on the button. He tanked for a bit, then raised to 30,000.
"It seems like the chips want to come to me," he told Banjout.
The blinds released, and the dealer fanned . Banjout led out for 125,000, and Robl tank-called.
The turn was a third spade - the - and Banjout led out again - this time for 200,000. Robl tank-called, and the completed the board. Banjout checked for the first time, and Robl fired 425,000. Banjout quickly folded, and Robl raked in the pot.