We caught the action on a board reading with around 11,000 in the pot, and James Calderaro checking from the big blind. David Paredes was under the gun, and bet out 5,100, before facing a raise to 15,600 from Calderaro. He tanked for a few minutes before making the call, before both saw the river come the .
Calderaro instantly moved all in for his last 22,900, applying the pressure on Paredes.
"You don't bluff right?" asked Paredes.
"Never," replied Calderaro, as he sat there patiently waiting.
"In three years I've never seen you bluff," Paredes added. "The problem is I have two pair."
"Bottom two?" asked Calderaro smiling.
"Probably," responded Paredes.
Paredes then mucked his hand, relinquishing the pot over to Calderaro.
"You folded two pair against him," laughed Tommy Vedes, who was a spectator of the hand during the river action, after recently being eliminated from a nearby table.