After what appeared a button raise by Daniel "jungleman12" Cates and a big blind call from Robert Mizrachi, there was a small pot in the middle when the dealer spread the flop . Mizrachi checked, and Cates bet 3,200. Mizrachi then check-raised to 7,100, and Cates didn't waste much time before calling.
The turn was the . This time Mizrachi bet 9,200, and once again Cates only took a couple of seconds before calling the bet.
The river brought the and Mizrachi patted the felt to check. Cates leaned forward to look at Mizrachi's remaining stack, then looked back at the board before setting out a stack of chips as a bet. Mizrachi sat quietly for about 30 seconds, then asked the dealer to clarify Cates's bet amount — 30,200.
Mizrachi tanked a while longer, then finally cut out the calling chips and set them forward. Cates quickly tabled his hand — for a Broadway straight — and Mizrachi shook his head disgustedly as he tossed his cards to the dealer.