In the level before this one, Maximos Pertsinidis limped under the gun and got one more player to just put in 800 to see a flop before the decision was upon the players in the blinds. Olvedo Heinze completed his small blind and the big blind checked.
on the flop and Heinze and the big blind checked to Pertsinidis. He bet out and the other player called. Heinze made it 8,000 to go and the big blind cold called. Pertsinidis moved allin, effectively putting everyone to the test as he was the chip leader at the table. The first player folded, but Heinze had a tougher decision. Heinze had already invested 8,000 and another 48,300 behind. After some thinking he made the call, the big blind folded.
Heinze was ahead but his hand was volatile. Heinze needed to dodge the two kings, three sevens and most likely another three cards by the time the turn would be out there. The on the turn added the queens to Pertsinidis' list of desirable cards but none of those would pop up on the river. Instead the completed the board and Heinze doubled up.