Daniel Dvoress saw action folded to him in the cutoff and opened to 10,000. He was three-bet all in by Steve O'Dwyer in the big blind for a total of 107,000. Dvoress thought for a couple of seconds and then made the call.
O'Dwyer was drawing slim with a dominated king and his odds only got worse on the flop . Luckily for him, the turn changed the landscape, putting him out in front with a pair of tens. He was not in the clear quite yet, though, as Dvoress picked up eight outs to Broadway in addition to having three live queens. However, the river came and O'Dwyer scored the double.