Thomas Boivin opened to 120,000 on the button and Steve O'Dwyer defended his big blind.
The flop came and O'Dwyer check-called 80,000. The turn was the and O'Dwyer checked again. This time Boivin bet 380,000. O'Dwyer used a time extension before calling.
The river was the . O'Dwyer checked and Boivin used a time extension himself before betting 700,000, leaving himself 220,000 behind.
O'Dwyer used up five time extensions on this street alone.
"I'm supposed to fold this hand," said O'Dwyer at one point. "But I really think you're bluffing."
He sat back in his chair to survey Boivin at the other end of the table.
"I think that you are bluffing," said O'Dwyer. "Trust my instinct," he said, plonking the chips in the middle to make the call.
Boivin showed for the nut straight and O'Dwyer mucked.