We caught up with the action in a three way pot between Marvin Rettenmaier, Bryan Pellegrino, and Byron Kaverman on the flop, which had come down . Rettenmaier and Pellegrino checked to Kaverman, who bet out 2,700. Rettenmaier was the lone caller, and the turn brought the . Rettenmaier checked again, and this time, the bet was 6,600. He called again, then the river brought the .
Rettemaier checked a third time, and this time, Kaverman checked behind. A grimace went over Rettenmaier's face when he saw the check, as he tabled for flopped top set. Kaverman mucked, and Rettenmaier took down the pot, though he was surely hoping for more action on the river.