The cards of Milad Oghabian were already in the muck and he paid off the all in of Anton Johansson, who had his cards still tabled with . The board of had given the Swede a full house and Pim van Holsteyn was kind enough to provide the details.
It was the Dutchman that raised on the button and Johansson three-bet in the small blind, which Oghabian in the big blind and van Holsteyn called. Johansson bet the pot on the flop, Oghabian min-raised to 20,000 and van Holsteyn folded before Johansson moved all in. Oghabian called with for the nut straight and dodged the flush draw only for his opponent to get there with a runner runner full house.