A player raised to 1,300 from early position and was three-bet by William Klevitz in the small blind. Klevitz received a call from the original raiser and the two saw a flop of . Klevitz then check-called a bet of 3,500 from his opponent.
The turn came and Klevitz checked. His opponent bet 6,600 and he made the call again. The river came and Klevitz checked. This time, his opponent checked behind.
Klevitz tabled for aces up with a king kicker.
"Sneaky!" his opponent said, mucking his hand. "Ace-jack should have paid you!" he said, smiling about having only lost two streets of value there instead of three while Klevitz raked in the pot.