David Rood opened to 7,000 only to have an opponent three-bet to 16,000. With the action on Albert Kim on the button, he pushed out a further raise to 30,000.
Rood bumped it up again to 80,000 as the unknown player caught in the middle committed his final 67,000. Kim instantly six-bet all in for 97,500 and Rood made the call.
In a super-sick preflop cooler, Kim would have the best of it, and when the board ran out , he would be pushed the double and a bit to 261,000 as Rood slipped to 40,500 in chips.