The player under the gun plus one opened to 4,600, and found four callers, including Glen Chorny on the button. The flop came down as the action checked around to Chorny. He threw out a bet of 11,500, and was only called by the player in the big blind.
Both players then checked, as the fell on the river. Another quick check saw Chorny think about his decision, before betting out 30,100.
“How much do you have behind?” asked Chorny’s opponent. He then made the call, only to muck his hand, when Chorny showed for trip queens.
“There you go, you got them back,” added Chorny’s opponent.
Chorny moves back up to 165,000 in chips.