It folded to Pierre Mothes in the cutoff who opened for 2,000 and Arno Vriens three-bet to 6,100 in the small blind. Mothes four-bet to 20,000 and Vriens called.
The flop went and Vriens checked to Mothes who continued for 13,700. Vriens tanked before raising it to 35,000 and Mothes quickly announced all-in, putting Vriens at risk. The latter called to create the following showdown:
Vriens held a pair of kings while Mothes had found a set of queens and Vriens made his way to the exit after the turn and river didn't change anything.