Ben Tollerene raised to 9,000 from the cutoff and was met by a three-bet to 23,000 by Oliver Price on the button. Both blinds folded, Tollerene called, and then both players checked the flop. When the appeared on the turn, Tollerene check-called a bet of 23,000 and then checked for a third time on the river.
Price slid out a stack of chips for a bet of 100,000, which had Tollerene covered. The online pro hit the tank and debated what to do with his remaining 85,000.
"I really don't think you're bluffing," he told Price. He guessed perhaps pocket fours, but eventually called off.
He was wrong because Price had been bluffing with the , which meant Tollerene's was good enough for the double.