Phil Galfond and Paul Newey were heads up on a flop of . Galfond led for 115,000, and Newey raised to 275,000. Galfond called.
Both players knuckled after the turned, and the completed the board. Galfond checked, and Newey fired 275,000. Galfond took of his glasses, and studied both the board and Newey. Finally, he released his cards, and Newey raked in the pot.
A few hands later, Galfond raised to 80,000 from early position, and Roland De Wolfe three-bet to 225,000 on his direct left. The action folded back to Galfond who tank-folded, and De Wolfe told him it was a good fold.
"I thought I was going to go with that one," Galfond admitted.