Pius Heinz had the button. Matt Giannetti opened to 2.6 million under the gun. Next door, Heinz three-bet to 6.8 million, and that drew a longer-than-usual stare from Giannetti. It looked like he was thinking sinister thoughts, and he took long enough that both players not involved stepped away from the table. After a few minutes of sitting like a statue, Giannetti finally reached for chips and made the call.
The flop came an exciting . Giannetti checked, and Heinz fired into the pot with 7.3 million more. These bets are getting serious now, and Gianneti chose not to go any further, quickly surrendering his cards into the muck.