After a very quiet phase at the unofficial final table, where no pots of any significance transpired, things suddenly heated up between Asi Moshe and Viktor Katzenberger in a clash that had the other finalists and railbirds on their feet.
It was Moshe who opened the action with a raise to 35,000 from the cutoff. Katzenberger three-bet to 128,000 and Moshe called after some thought. The flop was and both players decided to check.
On the turn, Katzenberger checked, Moshe bet 180,000 and Katzenberger called after thirty seconds.
The river brought an interesting card with the , putting four to a flush out there. Katzenberger checked and Moshe settled on a bet of 280,000, more than half of Katzenberger's remaining stack. The Hungarian slipped into deep thought as he tried to figure out the situation.
It took him nearly five minutes to wave the white flag and fold his hand. Moshe was about to muck his hand as well, and Katzenberger begged him to show at least one of his cards.
"I like you, but I show you the one you don't want to see," Moshe quipped, and he revealed only the .