On a flop we just witnessed a whole lot of action. A player in early position had bet 1,250, Yorane Kerignard in the big blind had made the call, and Willie "The Dice Man" Tan squeezed to 5,250 from under the gun. His neighbor made the cold call, the player who placed the first bet folded, and Kerignard made the call.
Kerignard, who made a deep run in the WSOP Main Event this year (23rd for $286,900), checked once the hit the turn. Tann bet 10,000 and the under the gun plus one player called again, with just 8,000 behind.
The fell on the river, making for an even scarier board, and Kerignard pushed all in. The Frenchman saw both his opponents lay their hand down, and he collected the chips.