Nick Schwarmann, on the button, called a four-bet before the flop for around 20,000, and he and hijack saw the hit the board. The hijack continuation-bet 12,000, and Schwarmann made the call. The turn brought a , and the hijack checked. Schwarmann bet 27,000, and his opponent wasted no time calling. The river was the , completing possible flush and straight draws. The hijack checked, and Schwarmann put him all in for about 72,000. The player thought briefly before folding, and Schwarmann showed the as he mucked his hand.
Schwarmann Shows a Bluff?