Andrey Zhigalov was the bring-in and Timothy Frazin just called. Frazin led out on fourth, fifth, and sixth with Zhigalov calling on fourth and fifth. With so many spades on the board, Zhigalov elected to fold on sixth and Frazin scooped the pot.
Andrey Zhigalov completed and then Timothy Frazin took over, betting every street until showdown. Zhigalov called on seventh and Frazin tabled for two pair. Zhigalov mucked and Frazin picked up a decent sized pot early in heads-up play.
Bradley Smith was the bring-in and Andrey Zhigalov completed. After a series of raises between the two players, Smith was all in for 280,000 and the down cards were tabled. Smith held for a pair of sixes while Zhigalov had for a pair of tens.
Both players improved to two pair with no low draw heading to seventh street. Smith flipped over the and he was unable to defeat the bigger two pair of Zhigalov. Smith shook the hands of both of his opponents and headed for the payout desk in third place.
Bradley Smith completed and then Andrey Zhigalov raised. Smith called and then fired on fourth and fifth. Zhigalov took over and bet sixth and seventh, Smith called, and Zhigalov tabled for six low. Smith mucked his hand and Zhigalov now has just under two million in chips.
Timothy Frazin raised it up from the small blind and Bradley Smith defended from the big blind. The flop came and Frazin led out, only to be raised by Smith. Frazin called and the landed on the turn.
Frazin check-called another bet from Smith and the completed the board. Frazin checked one more time and Smith tapped the table behind him. Frazin tabled for a missed straight draw and Smith showed for two pair.
"How did I lose that hand?" Frazin asked himself. "You called light preflop and then raised me on the flop when it was 50/50."