Scott Seiver opened to 24,000 from early position and received calls from Byron Kaverman in the small blind and Adrian Mateos in the big.
The flop fanned out and after two checks in front of him, Seiver fired a bet of 30,000. Just Kaverman called.
The landed on the turn and both players checked.
The board completed with the and Kaverman checked once more. Seiver bet 50,000 and Kaverman slid out a big raise worth 250,000.
Seiver went deep into the tank requiring six time bank chips before eventually making the call.
Kaverman tabled , rivering a gutshot straight and Seiver mucked.