We caught up to David Paredes and Erik Seidel both involved in a pot of roughly 37,000. The board read . On the river Paredes checked to Seidel who was in the tank when we got to the table. Seidel thought for just about a minute before finally checking behind.
Paredes turned up his for a turned flush.
"Wow," Seidel said before mucking his hand. With that Paredes collected the pot and moved up to just about 141,000 chips while Seidel fell to just around 115,000.