Tony Hachem, the brother of 2005 World Series of Poker champ Joe Hachem, raised to 675 from the hijack and received a call from Todor Kondevski on the button. The player in the big blind then three-bet to 1,600, Hachem four-bet to 3,875, and Kondevski got out of the way. The big blind tanked for a minute before calling, and then he checked the flop.
Hachem bet 5,900, and the big blind tanked again, this time for two minutes, before making the call. When the appeared on the turn, Hachem shoved all in for 20,050, which had his opponent covered. The big blind thought for several more minutes, but ultimately settled on a fold.
"Good hand?" Hachem asked.
"Overpair," came the response.
"Queens?" Hachem prodded.
"Yes," was his answer. Hachem then tabled pocket aces to show his opponent that folding was the right decision.