WSOP bracelet winner Jeremy Wien, who in the big blind, found himself in brewing situation against Adrian Thomas, who was in early position on a board of 6♦K♣9♥.
Wien led into Thomas with a 600 bet, Thomas raised to 2,100, and Wien re-raised to 5,200, which Thomas called, pushing the pot to 13,000.
The dealer placed 6♠ on the turn, and Wien checked. Thomas, though, went all in for 27,200. Wien tanked for up to a minute, studying the board and repeatedly glancing at his opponent.
“I’ll pay you $100 if you show me your cards,” Wien said as he pushed his hand forward in a folding motion.
"Cash?" Thomas responded.
"Yes, cash," Wien said as he pulled out a $100 bill.
As the dealer secured Wien’s cards, Thomas tabled K♦9♦ for a flopped top two pair. Wien then paid the $100 to Thomas, while the dealer pushed the pot to the winner.