Yevgeniy Timoshenko made his standard raise to 40,000 preflop, and Eric Froehlich made the call.
The flop came out , and Timoshenko splashed out another 45,000 chips. Froehlich check-called, and the dropped on fourth street. When Froehlich checked again, Timoshenko fired a second bullet worth 120,000. Froehlich didn't waste much time calling, and there was more than 400,000 in the pot as the landed on the river.
Froehlich checked again, and Timoshenko stacked out chips again. He made a healthy bet of 280,000, and Froehlich sat in his thinking pose for a couple minutes. He eventually announced the call, and Timoshenko showed down . A frown came across Froehlich's face and the opposite reaction hit Timoshenko as he fought off a big grin. There were nearly a million chips in that pot, and it goes to Timoshenko to pull him back into a small lead in the match.