Prior to the break, Diego Gomez Gonzalez opened to 34,000 in early position, Manuel Bevand called in the cutoff, and Jeff Sarwer defended his big blind. The flop fell , and all three players checked.
The turn was the , Sarwer led out for 38,000, Gonzalez folded, and Bevand raised to 90,000. Sarwer tank-called.
The river was the , and Sarwer slowed down, checking to Bevand, The Frenchman thought for a bit, then fired 165,000.
"Sick," Sarwer said the second the chips hit the felt.
He ripped off his sunglasses to study both Bevand and the board, and he tanked for a brief time before calling. Bevand turned over for busted flush and straight draws, and Sarwer tabled for a pair of tens.
A few hands later, the trio found themselves involved in another raised pot, this time with the board reading . Sarwer checked, Gonzalez fired 36,000, and Bevand moved all in for 338,000. Sarwer looked pained, and eventually folded, but Gonzalez made the call.
Once called, Bevand slammed his hand onto the felt with great force. His enthusiasm wained a bit as the turned, giving Gonzalez outs to eliminate him, but the fell on the river.
Bevand more than doubled with a queen-high flush, while Gonzalez slipped to about 678,000 chips.