Anil Ozdemir continued his limping strategy and Sam Grafton raised to 900,000. Ozdemir called.
The flop was and Grafton continued for 600,000. Ozdemir called. The turn was the and Grafton bet again for 1,605,000. Ozdemir called again.
On the river, which was the , Grafton moved all in and Ozdemir went deep into the tank. He rubbed his forehead as he contemplated his decision. He picked up a small stack of chips, shuffled them, and placed them almost decisively back on the top of his stack. However, no sooner had he done that, he'd pick them up again and carry on shuffling.
"Two pair good," Ozdemir asked Grafton.
"Two pair?" said Grafton, "You can't fold two pair."
"One pair good?" continued the inquisitive Ozdemir.
"Depends which one," replied Grafton.
Eventually, Ozdemir pushed his cards forward.
"Ten-Jack?" asked Grafton.
"Ace-Ten," replied Ozdemir, "Was it good?" he asked, but Grafton didn't reply.