WSOP bracelet winner Mark Radoja opened for 5,200 only to have John Lin three-bet all in for 24,300 from middle position. Action folded back to the Canadian and he asked for a count before making the call.
It was a flip, and Lin managed to make it through the tough part when he survived the flop. The turn meant all he needed to do was dodge a ten and jack on the river to survive. That's just what he did, too, as the harmless peeled off.