With around 14,000 in the pot and a board reading , Jonathan Duhamel bet 7,700 from the hijack, the cutoff folded, and Daniel "Jungleman" Cates called from the button. When the completed the board on the river, Duhamel checked and Cates fired out 21,000, leaving himself roughly the same amount behind.
The Team PokerStars Pro wasted little time in calling, and Cates confidently rolled over the for two pair. Duhamel then tabled the for a bigger two pair, and Cates was none too pleased.
"What the F***?!?" Cates exclaimed as he threw his hands up in the air. He then began to talk to no one in particular.
"I just never in my life thought I was beat there."
Well, he was, and now he's down to just 20,700.