Charlie Carrel limped in and Sergey Lebedev called from the small blind before Daniel Dvoress checked his option in the big blind. On the flop the action was checked to Carrel and he bet 3,500. Both opponents of the Brit called and the fell on the turn. This time, it was Dvoress who led for 13,500 and he picked up two callers.
The river provided a four-card straight on the board. Dvoress checked, Carrel shoved and Lebedev quickly folded. Dvoress had other plans and asked the dealer for a count. It was 43,400 to call and the Canadian eventually made up his mind and called to see Carrel flip over for a bluff. Dvoress scooped the pot with for top pair and Carrel will likely be back soon on the second bullet.