A player in middle position opened with a raise to 300, and Erik Cajelais called from the cutoff. It folded to the big blind who reraised to 1,500, and both of the remaining players called.
The flop came . The big blind pushed out a bet of 2,100, the middle position player folded, and Cajelais called. The turn was the , bringing another bet from Cajelais' opponent, this time for 3,500. Cajelais again thrust a tattooed arm forward, setting out the chips the call.
The river brought the . Again the big blind bet, this time 5,525. Cajelais wasted no time nonchalantly setting his entire stack out in front of him. His opponent -- covered by Cajelais -- didn't react immediately, and as time passed his agony increased. He said something about not being able to beat Cajelais, to which the latter responded "It's hard to beat king-jack."
Finally Cajelais' opponent let go of his hand, and Cajelais immediately flipped his cards over -- ! His opponent was still shaking his head (as were others at the table), as Cajelais ordered his current stack of about 50,000.