Joining the action on the flop, Jason Wheeler bet 7,500 in the hijack and Martin Kabrhel called in the cutoff. The fell on the turn and Wheeler now made it 12,500 to go, again Kabrhel called.
After the river, Wheeler fired a third barrel worth 21,000. While Kabrhel was sent into the think tank, Jean-Noel Thorel arrived at the table and took the empty seat between the duo. Kabrhel then called and Wheeler table . Kabrhel looked at his cards again, even asked the dealer "what is it, a pair of sixes?" and then mucked. While Wheeler stacked the profit with a grin on the face, Kabrhel added a "well played" and received a "thank you" as reply.