Mateusz Moolhuizen has seen his stack rise and fall (but mainly rise) over the course of the day, however as the last level approaches he’s dropped to 30,000 – a starting stack’s worth of chips. He limped under the gun (for 1,200) and cut-off Ilya Baydyushev raised to 4,000. Back to Moolhuizen, who performed the limp-three-bet to 13,500 with just under 50,000 behind. Baydyushev, with a similar stack, made the call.
Moolhuizen led out for 7,000 on the flop, called by Baydyushev. Both players checked the turn fairly quickly, and the river a little more pensively (especially Baydyushev). Showdown!
Queens took the pot, bumping Baydyushev’s stack up to 85,000 and Moolhuizen’s back to square one.