Jerry Wong made it 22,000 under the gun, Ajay Chabra re-raised to 66,000 from the hijack, and Wong called. Wong drew one and Chabra stood pat.
Wong cut out 120,000 and led out with a big bet. Chabra paused for over a minute, during which he asked Wong how much he had behind. It was just over 500,000. Chabra then announced he was all in for about 550,000 total.
Now Wong went into the tank in what could escalate into a pot worth nearly half of all chips in play, should he pull the call. The whole Miranda room was completely silent while Wong contemplated his decision.
Ultimately, he folded, saying, "Now you have a chance to rub it in my face."
"You really want to see it?" Chabra asked.
Chabra took his hand and slammed it face up towards the middle of the table, showing for a perfectly executed bluff which helped him to regain the chip lead.