Portugal's Henrique Pinho, who just so happens to be a Team PokerStars Pro, opened for 525 and received a call from Bulgaria's Boyan Asenov in the hijack. The rest of the field folded, the flop came down , and both players checked. They did the same on the turn, and then Pinho bet a modest 300 on the river. Asenov made a quick call and Pinho revealed the for a flopped pair of queens. Unfortunately for him, he waited too long to bet as Asenov caught up on the river with his to steal the pot.
Despite losing that hand, Pinho is still sitting pretty with 40,000.