We joined the action on a flop of in what looked a like a three-bet pot. Byron Kaverman was seated in the small blind and he made a bet of 1,850 and Harrison Gimbel called on the button. The turn card was the and then for a few minutes the table went dead. Kaverman and Gimbel both staring at the board for so long the dealer nearly fell asleep. Eventually Kaverman check-folded to a 3,200 Gimbel bet.
Then Steve Gross raised to 200 in the cutoff and the young Frenchman Tristan Clemencon three-bet to 550 from the small blind. Gross made the call and the pair were heads-up to the flop.
The dealer did his job and gave the two players a flop of and Gross called a 600 Clemencon c-bet. That was the end of the action as the and were both checked through and the pot was pushed to Clemencon when he tabled .