The action folded to John Juanda, who raised to 30,000 out of the small blind. Nick Schulman defended his big blind, and Juanda patted. Schulman drew one.
Juanda checked, and Schulman slid out a tower of chips, betting 108,000.
"I have a really good hand," Juanda admitted. "But I'm just going to call."
Schulman showed for a ninety-seven perfect, but Juanda tabled for a rough eighty-seven, and won the pot.