Tobias Reinkemeier min-raised from the butotn and Olivier Busquet called to see a flop which both players checked.
Busquet bet out 80,000 on the turn and Reinkemeier called, so they proceeded to the river - a . Busquet now checked to Reinkemeier who though about it for a while before betting 185,000. Busquet folded without much fuss, and Reinkemeier extended his lead.
Olivier Busquet limped in in the small blind and Dori Yacoub checked his option in the big.
They saw a flop and Busquet bet out 55,000; Yacoub made the call and they saw a turn which they both checked. Come the river Busquet checked again and then when Yacoub bet 200,000, Busquet sighed deeply and after some brief huffing and puffing folded up.
Oliver Busquet raised to 65,000 and Tobias Reinkemeier called from the big blind. The flop was and Reinkemeier check-called a bet from 80,000.
Both players checked the turn before Reinkemeier led out for 175,000 on the river. Unexpectedly, Busquet now raised to 700,000 which Reinkemeier clearly wasn't expecting.
"Wow, I was bluffing the river, but now..." said Reinkemeier, clearly thinking that his bluffing hand might be ahead of Busquet's hand. But the German couldn't make the call and he folded, handing the chip lead back to Busquet.
Olivier Busquet made it 65,000 from the button, but Tobias Reinkemeier re-popped to 200,000 from the big blind. Busquet passed, and Reinkemeier put just a little distance between his stack and Busquet's.