Gualter Salles raised to 4,200 from early position and two seats over, Ali Eslami three-bet to 10,700. Salles asked his opponent how much he started the hand with and then made the call once he got the reply, "about 42,000." On the flop, Eslami pushed all in, but 100 chips to the middle of the table and Salles called, turning over his cards in .
The dealer was at first confused but Salles asked, "What's the matter, he only got 100 chips behind?" The dealer then fanned the turn and Salles threw in a chip. Eslami called off and showed . His flush draw would not complete as the river was none of his outs.
Only a few seconds later, Joshua Rotenberg headed to the payout desk.