Noah Schwartz raised the button -- he's been opening to 26,000 but this one looked like 36,000 to us. Either way, Dan Fleyshman came along to the flop, and it rolled out . Schwartz continued out with a smallish bet of 16,000, and Fleyshman check-called to the turn. He'd check-call another 40,000 on the turn, and Schwartz barreled the river with a healthy bet of 130,000. Fleyshman spent several long minutes in the tank, debating the decision for nearly all his chips. After some time, though, he surrendered.
Schwartz Turns the Screws