David Peters must've had a surge in chips since we last saw him. When we did see him again, though, he was giving them back.
Around 68,000 had made into the middle by the time the turn had been dealt to show a board. Peters was first to speak and bet 16,700 after a long intense stare at the board.
Nikolay Tyurin was his opponent and made a quick call to see the river appear. Peters, once more, stared intensely before he checked. His Russian opponent checked behind and took the pot with as Peters could only muster .