Recent World Series of Poker bracelet winner Ronnie Bardah was the first player to show any aggression, open-raising from the cutoff seat to 350. Jackson Genovesi was the small blind and he called; Steven van Zadelhoff tossed in the extra chips from the big blind.
The trio shared the flop but nobody wanted to bet and the action was checked around. The on the turn saw Genovesi lead out with a 500 bet but van Zadelhoff either had a strong hand or didn't believe Genovesi's story (or both) and promptly raised to 1,625 using a pink, yellow, red and black chip to do so.
"Is that a rainbow?" asked Bardah
"Not suite It is missing this blue (5,000) one!" replied van Zadelhoff.
Bardah folded. Genovesi leaned over to get a better view of van Zadelhoff and must have picked up on something because as soon as he leaned back into a normal sitting position he flicked his cards into the muck.