Frank Calo and Jesse Martin were heads up on a flop of . Calo led for 7,600, and Martin called.
The turn was the , and Calo led again - this time for 18,500. Martin called.
The river was a third heart - the - and Calo emptied the chamber, firing 46,500. Martin went into the tank, very displeased at the situation he was in. He rubbed his eyes a few times, stared at Calo and the board, then finally tossed forward enough chips to make the call.
Calo turned over for a rivered flush.
"Backdoor hearts," Martin muttered.
Calo remained silent, and after raking in the pot, he's flirting with a 400K stack.