With the flop reading , Maxim Lykov bet 1,200 into an opponent who checked to him, and the player flatted to take the turn.
When the arrived on fourth street, the player led out for his own 1,200 wager, and it was Lykov's turn to smooth call.
The completed the board on the river, and Lykov's opponent bet 2,200, which was enough to force a fold from the Russian pro. This proved to be a wise decision, as the winner turned his face up to show the table he had flopped a set. Despite this small setback, Lykov still sits in a comfortable chip position midway through Day 1b of the Main Event.