After Ylon Schwartz raised, Colby Pitt made it three bets and the two saw fourth street heads up. On fourth, both players slowed down and checked. On fifth, Schwartz tried to re-establish the action as the aggressor with a bet, but Pitt raised. Schwartz thought for a minute or two because Pitt had just 8,500 behind, and calling here would likely mean calling another full-bet later in the hand.
Schwartz eventually made the call, and the two got it in with one card left. Schwartz started the hand with for just a pair of tens against the of Pitt, which was good for a pair of kings and a flush draw. Pitt got the sweat over with quickly when he flipped the over for a flush, rendering Schwartz's meaningless.