The flop read when we caught AP Phahurat contesting a pot against two opponents. The big blind player had checked to Phahurat in middle position, and the pro obliged with a bet of 300.
The player in the hijack seat decided to apply a little added pressure, and he raised the action to 800, prompting a lengthy tank-and-talk from the big blind. Finally, that player decided to lay down, and with the action back on him Phahurat quickly flicked out a baby blue T500 chip to see the turn.
Fourth street delivered the from the deck and both players tapped the table at the sight of the four-flush, bringing the on the river.
Phahurat then seized control of the pot with a bet of 1,100, which was enough to force the hijack off his hand.