Manuel Davidian opened to 24,000 from the cutoff, and Laurentius Sloot called from the small blind.
The two men went heads up to a flop of , and Sloot check-called a bet of 35,000. Davidian fired another 80,000 on the turn, and 100,000 on the river, and Sloot called both bets to see the showdown.
Sloot showed first, revealing his . That was better than Davidian could do; he mucked, and he's slipped back to 985,000. Sloot, on the other hand, is starting to get a little healthier with 635,000 now.