John Juanda opened to 15,000 from under the gun, Benjamin Parker called on his direct left, and Bob Bright looked like he wanted to move all in from the small blind, but he just called.
The action checked to Parker, who bet 33,000. Bright sighed, then cut out enough chips to make the call.
"I should've just raised," he sighed, making the call.
Juanda quickly folded, and Bright flashed the , signifying that he had a nine. Parker fanned an eight perfect, and raked in the pot.