With around 20,000 in the pot and a flop of , Anthony Pons checked and opened the door for McLean Karr to bet 7,800. Pons responded with a check-raise to 7,800, and after asking for a count, Karr moved all in. Pons snap-called off for 54,700 and Karr knew he was in trouble.
"I should have just raised and then I could have gotten away from it," Karr said aloud. "I didn't think he'd raise a set so big." Karr was in bad shape, but the turn did give him a flush draw. Unfortunately for him, the river was no help.