We caught up with the action on a flop, where Tony Dunst led out for 8,500 from the cutoff position after being checked to by his lone opponent in early position. His opponent made the call to see a turn, which came the .
Dunst's opponent checked a second time, prompting a 15,000 bet from Dunst. He called again.
The river brought the and the early-position player checked a third and final time. Dunst chose to check behind and his opponent revealed for a full-house, which got a groan from Dunst as he mucked his hand.
Dunst, popularly known for his role as the host of the World Poker Tour's "The Raw Deal," is down to 46,000 after being as high as 80,000 before break.