The player under-the-gun plus one opened to 4,200 and action folded quickly to Garry Gates in the cut off. Gates made it 10,500 to go and Griffin Benger quickly folded his button. Both blinds folded as well and action was back on the initial-raiser. He thought about it for a little bit, and then made the call.
The flop came and both players checked. The fell on the turn and the under-the-gun plus one player bet 8,900. Gates made the call and dealer Bruce put out the on the river. The player who was the aggressor on the turn, now checked and the action was on Gates. He announced all in without much time for thinking. 31,700 total and that's about what his opponent had. Several minutes passed and the under-the-gun plus one player started talking. "Ace king?" he asked twice. Gates didn't say a thing and eventually his opponent folded.
Benger asked if Gates could show a bluff. It had the looks of it like Gates didn't want to show but, as Benger kept pressing him, he flipped over right before sliding his cards in the muck. Gates now has a little over 75,000, while his opponent has to continue with just 34,000.