Four players saw a flop of , and everyone checked to the player on the button, whose bet was called by Jason Duval. The turn came , completing a four-flush, and Duval again checked. The button fired 22,000, and Duval thought for a minute before raising all in for 76,500 total.
"I'll give you an amateur call," his opponent said, sliding two stacks of chips in.
The button was looking for the board to pair, but the river came , and Duval's flush was good. The former chipleader is now back in business after being down to less than 20 big blinds a short time ago.