David Vamplew opened the cutoff to 11,000 and Jason Lavallee made the call from the small blind. Griffin Benger, while enjoying a good massage, squeezed to 30,000 from the big blind. Vamplew folded rather quickly, but Lavallee made the call after having informed how much Benger started the hand with.
Lavallee checked to his neighbor on . Benger slid a bet of 26,000 over the line. Lavallee made the call and check called another 48,000 on the -turn. The river was the and Lavallee checked again. Very silently Benger announced allin. It was so quiet, the dealer didn't even hear it at first. Lavallee did though, and asked for a count. It turned out to be 95,000 to call.
Lavallee thought about it for some time, muttered something along the line of "So sick", before eventually folding. "Punish me" said Lavallee which meant he wanted Benger to show a bluff. Benger wouldn't show a bluff, Benger wouldn't show anything at all as he mucked and started building his stack again.