Jeffrey Lisandro opened with a raise to 3,100 from early position, and it folded back around to the big blind who called. Both checked the flop and turn.
The river brought the and another check from Lisandro's opponent. Lisandro bet of 3,500. His opponent immediately grabbed the calling chips and began shaking them in his hands, bobbing his head forward and looking at the utterly motionless Lisandro. Finally he tossed them forward to make the call.
Lisandro opened his hand -- -- and the table laughed in response. His opponent kept nodding, and it sounded like he said he'd made a straight on the river.
"I didn't think you had much," said Lisandro. "But give 'em time to find something," he added.
Lisandro has 94,000 as we move into the last half-hour of play for the night.