After Evdakov shoved all-in preflop, Froehlich snap-called and turned over the , which was far ahead of the Russain's . The final board read and Froehlich built his stack to 212,000 chips.
Just two hands later, on a board of , Evdakov again tried to bully his opponent with an all-in move. Froehlich held the for a flush and could not be pushed off his hand. He has doubled up twice now and holds approximately 450,000 chips.