After a player had opened for 2,100 and Fabrice Soulier called, Carl Carlsson three-bet to 10,500. The original raiser folded, Soulier called, and it was heads-up action to the flop. Soulier checked and Carlsson shoved all in for 29,000. Soulier thought for a good spell before calling, and he perked up when he saw it was the right call.
Soulier was ahead with his pocket nines and straight draw, but Carlsson was drawing live to either an ace, king, or queen. The turn paired the board, which didn't change anything, and then the dealer burned a final time and put out the . Carlsson found one of his outs to double while a look of disgust crossed the Frenchman's face.