Martins Adeniya had just received a double up through Luca Pagano, and was right back to the same tricks on the very next hand, doubling up again.
Picking up the action on the paired flop, Kenneth Raskin and a second player checked before Sergio Castelluccio fired 7,100. Luca Pagano made the call, and then Martins Adeniya raised it up to 17,600. Action fell back on Raskin, and he reraised to 35,000. After the next player folded, so did Castelluccio and Pagano. Adeniya then moved all in for 54,400, and Raskin made the call.
Adeniya showed the for a full house, and Raskin had the for trip nines.
"Wow," commented Raskin when he saw Adeniya's hand. "Can't believe that."
The turn was the and the river the . Adeniya's full house held up, and he won the pot to double for the second hand in a row. Just like that, Adeniya moved to around 135,000 in chips. Raskin was left with 53,000.