The gentleman in the cutoff seat came in raising to 900, and David Gorr three-bet to 2,700 behind him on the button. The raiser called, and they were off to a heads-up flop.
It came , and Gorr continued out with another 3,600. His opponent tanked for a while before making the call, and he checked again on the turn. Gorr took a moment to peek back at his cards, then knocked the table to see the pair the board on the river. Now Mr. Opponent led out into the pot for 6,900, and that sent Gorr into the tank for a good while. He cut the call from his stack, eyeing up the ~24,000 he'd have left if he was wrong.
About 90 seconds later, Gorr grabbed the calling chips and flung then into the pot. The opponent showed first, and his was good for the ace-high flush and good enough to win the pot.
The defending champion is finding the going a bit tough today, and he's slipped back to that 24,000 after calling incorrectly.