We came in after the preflop action when the player in the small blind check-called Allen Kessler's bet of 1,650 on the flop.
With a check to him after the turn was dealt, Kessler continued for 3,500 and his opponent made the call. The player checked again when the came on the river and Kessler bet again, 6,000 this time. His opponent called and slid his cards into the muck after Kessler turned over for a flopped set.
His opponent went on to say, "It could have been a lot worse".
Kessler responded with, "Well, I only win one pot per level." We are not sure that made his opponent feel any better, but some of his table mates had a chuckle.