Martin Kabrhel raised to 7,500 from the hijack and Mark Berman three-bet to 32,000 in the small blind. Daniel Pidun called in the big blind and Kabrhel responded with a shove for 127,500. Berman took some time and then decided to shove for almost 200,000. Pidun looked at his cards again and then decided to fold .
"Ace-king..." Anson Tsang said after Berman tabled his cards."
"Aces! After the flop," Kabrhel said before showing one card first and then the other.
The flop came to keep Berman ahead and Kabrhel pushed the king to the board to pair it up but the turn was the .
Kabrhel now flicked the ace toward the board to as the dealer burned and then dealt the on the river for Kabrhel to river the higher two pair to stay alive and double up.