Byron Kaverman raised under the gun and the action folded to Gerard Pique on the button. Pique hadn't seen that Kaverman had opened, and tried to raise to 11,500 himself. It was ruled a call and both blinds folded.
The flop came and Kaverman bet out 12,000. Pique made the call and the hit the turn. Kaverman now checked, and called the 22,000 bet that followed from Pique.
The river came the , pairing the board. Kaverman checked, and called the shove that followed. Pique turned over for the second nuts, and Kaverman open mucked his with a big smile.
Kaverman, Pique and Kornuth laughed where Kaverman said something to the effect of "I thought you turned over king-queen for a second" and then made his exit. Pique now at a stack worth over 300,000.