George Lind raised the button, and Viacheslav Zhukov called to see a flop. It came , and Zhukov check-called a bet. The came on fourth street, both men checked, and the paired the board on the river. Zhukov checked again, and Lind made the final bet. His opponent spent a few long minutes considering, but he eventually mustered the gumption to call.
Lind had for eights full, and it was good. He's got about 3.5 million now as the chip lead changes hands once again.