Matt Waxman opened to 2,400 under the gun while discussing the contents of the shake he had in front of him. Tim West seemed interested, but not so much in the contents of the shake anymore. West made it 6,200 from the button, and both blinds folded. Waxman made the call to see a flop.
Both players checked and the hit the turn. Waxman bet out 7,000 and West made the call. The fell on the river and Waxman slid three pink 5,000 chips forward. West instantly called the 15,000 bet, but had to muck his as Waxman tabled .
"That's what you get for three-betting that crap" Waxman laughed. "That's a calling hand" he continued, "Right George?". George Danzer nodded and the subject changed back to the contents of the shake again.