Upon passing by one of the middle tables in the High Roller, Christoph Vogelsang and Daniel Dvoress, seated side-by-side, were sitting with straight backs, arms crossed and staring at one another in deep thought.
The board read , with about 28,300 in the pot, and Vogelsang led out for 8,000 from the cutoff. Dvoress was on the button and went into the tank for at least a full minute, eventually deciding to call.
The river was the . Vogelsang was the one in the tank now and after a couple of minutes, he stacked up his chips and piled them all in the middle. Dvoress now faced a bet of 45,300 and went deep into the tank. After about three minutes, Dvoress tossed in a single chip, indicating a call.
Vogelsang confidently tabled for a full house, sixes full of queens. Dvoress showed for two pair, queens and jacks and sent them into the muck.