Ludovic Geilich opened in the cut-off for 16,000 and was called by PokerStars player Eli Heath on the button and Kamel Boukhalfa in the big blind. They saw a flop of . Boukhalfa checked, Geilich continued for 28,000 got a call from Heath and Boukhalfa folded. The turn card was checked by both players and the river card fell the . Geilich reached for chips and bet 78,000. Geilich had earlier said that he had barely showed down a hand all day and this would be no exception. Heath made the call and Geilich threw his hand in the muck. Heath didn’t need to show and the chips were his. “You just made a backdraw straight with pocket threes.” Said Geilich. “Not far off." conceded Heath. Geilich then explained to the table how he doesn’t wait for aces or kings and the only way he can get chips is through bluffing. For him the odds of getting aces or kings were more like “A thousand to one.” The table chuckled along with his semi-humorous rant.