With approximately 25,000 already in the pot and a board of , Ole Schemion made a bet of 13,500. His opponent in the hand, Mark Evangelista, with a hoodie drawn snugly over his head and sunglasses on, stared at Schemion directly for nearly a minute before making the call.
The river was the and Schemion thought for a few seconds and checked. His opponent checked behind and Schemion mucked his hand.
"Do I have to show," asked Evangelista, and he was told that he did. He tabled for the king-high flush. Only the ace of diamonds or five of diamonds would have beaten him, but out of respect for the top German pro he had decided against making a river bet.