Lawrie Inman opened with a raise to 1,300 from middle position and then action moved to Team PokerStars Pro Sebastian Ruthenberg in the hijack seat. He three-bet to 3,100. A couple of spots over, Nick Binger came in on the action with a four-bet to 7,525. Play folded back to Inman and he tanked for a bit before finally mucking his hand. Ruthenberg stuck around, though, making the call to see the flop.
The flop came down and Ruthenberg checked. Binger stayed aggressive and fired a bet of 9,125. Ruthenberg thought things over and then called, making this quite the pot at hand.
The turn brought the and Ruthenberg checked again. Binger didn't slow down. He upped his wager and fired in 21,025. Ruthenberg went into the tank deeply. He thought about it for a couple of minutes before giving it up and allowing Binger to scoop the pot.