Kirill Rabtsov raised to 25,000 from the hijack and received a call from Allen Kessler in the big blind. When the appeared on the flop, Kessler checked, Rabtsov bet 50,000, Kessler raised pot, and Rabtsov called off for 155,000 total.
Kessler had a pair of fours with both flush and low draws, while Rabtsov was in front with his aces and low draw. The turn changed nothing, but the case ace, , spiked on the river. It gave Kessler two pair, but Rabtsov a set; not only that, it meant that the latter's 7-3 low was best.
Rabtsov scooped the pot to double to 310,000 while Kessler was knocked down to 490,000.