Ian O'Hara raised the button to 80,000 and Nathan Gamble defended his big blind to see a flop of .
Gamble check-called a bet of 40,000 and then check-called one of 80,000 on the turn.
Action then went check-check after the paired the board on the river.
"Ace-queen," Gamble said as he tabled the .
"It's good," O'Hara said before flashing just the for an inferior two pair.
"I know," said Gamble. "It has to be if you check back there."