After Sadan Turker raised to 260,000 from the button, Sean Getzwiller made the call and the dealer flopped . Both players checked and the turn fell .
Getzwiller checked again but this time Turker took the initiative, sliding 300,000 into the middle. Getzwiller came along and the river card was the .
After another check by Getzwiller, Turker fired out a bet of 625,000, which was one of the largest bets so far during heads-up play. Getzwiller thought it over for a minute or so before opting to check-raise to 1,250,000. Turker went into the tank and counted out the chips needed for the call, appearing ready to put them in the pot before eventually deciding to release his hand.
A wry grin spread over Getzwiller's face and he flashed his to his supporters in the audience, before adding the large pot to his stack. The pure bluff was executed perfectly, as Getzwillers min-raise on the river looked like a value bet begging for a call.