In a four way pot on a flop that read , Dale Isobe bet 200,000 in position on the button. Next to act, Nicholas Kallenbach raised out of the big blind to roughly 590,000. The under the gun player thought for about 15 seconds before pitching his cards, the fourth player in the hand quickly folded. Action was back on Isobe who cut out the chips for the call.
The turn wet the board even more when it came the . Kallenbach led out with a assortment of chip stacks and colors that the dealer counted out to be a bet of 945,000.
Isobe thought it out thoroughly for about two minutes without giving anything away. Finally his facade cracked a bit as he frowned and started to talk to himself and eventually folded the face up showing that he flopped top set but no longer considered it good enough to continue.
Kallenbach pulled in the boon to his stack and did not show his cards despite prompting from Isobe and a few others at the table who displayed curiosity.