Jon Turner raised under the gun and it folded around to David Benyamine who made it three bets from the button. Action came back to Turner and he called. Turner took two on the first draw while Benyamine rapped the table, opting to stand pat. Turner checked, Benyamine continued, and Turner called.
On the second draw, Turner once again took two new cards. Benyamine stood pat and fired out a bet when action checked to him. This time, however, Turner came over the top with a raise. Benyamine called. Both stood pat on the final draw and Turner moved all in for his last 11,000. Benyamine called but mucked his cards after Turner tabled . Turner picked up the pot, survived his all in, and now has 190,000 in chips.