Lyle Berman had a bet of 35,600 in front of him in the cutoff on a board of . Jon Turner had 5,000 in front of him and thought a couple of minutes before making the call in the big blind. On the river, both players checked.
"Straight," Berman announced, throwing onto the felt.
"It's good," Turner said.
"You're a tricky bastard, Lyle," someone said.
"Would you like to know the truth?" Berman said. "I had no idea I had a straight. I knew I had hearts."