You'll notice by the upper right hand of the photo that is is the first hand of the match. Actually, this was the first hand of the first round of a four way heads-up shootout with Veneno, Steve (SLB159) and Me. Jordan (High on Poker) was supposed to be in there too, but he just missed it.
I flopped the straight flush, which is pretty safe to slow play (unless your name starts with an "S" and it ends with a "walgman") especially heads up. Poor Steve hit his straight on the river and my all-in looked enough like a bluff that he called, and it was over in that one hand.
Steve really took it well. He actually thought I slow played a flush, but when he saw it was a straight flush, he understood why I played it that way. He steamed for a moment, or so he told me later, but he got over it quickly and he kept his cool in the chat. He knows he has a problem with chat abuse after taking a beat, and losing in the first hand of a tournament will certainly make your temper rise if you have one. He's making an effort to get it under control, and it really shows.