The player under the gun made it 2,100 to go, and Erika Sands reraised next to act to 6,500. It folded back around to the original raiser, and he tossed in the call. The flop came , and it was checked to Sands, who fired out 7,500. Her opponent thought it over for a bit before calling, and the turn brought the . Her opponent checked a second time, Sands fired 11,800, and again, her opponent tanked for about 90 seconds before cutting out the chips for the call, and dropping them in.
The river was the , and her opponent didn't check this time. He thought over his options for about a minute before cutting out a bet of 26,700, and sliding it in the middle. Sands thought for just a few moments before saying "call," and her opponent said two pair, tabling .
Sands laughed to herself, rolled her eyes, and showed . "I guess you didn't believe me preflop?" she asked as she handed the chips over. Another player at the table commented "well I wasn't expecting to see that."
After taking that hit, Mrs. Sands is down to 70,000.