As we walked the aisles between the dozen tournament tables just now, we observed that on table 23 a few chips were piling up in the middle. Upon closer inspection, the flop had been dealt and there were three players in the hand.
With the blinds at 200/400 and about 5,000 chips in the pot, Guy Lebrun raised a previous bet to 1400. The player to his left folded, but he was called very casually by Joey Cournoyer in late position. The turn was a , and both players checked. However, when the river was dealt a , Joey only led out with a bet 1,000.
Considering the pot size, the suspiciously low bet on the river and especially the three diamonds on the board, Guy decided to fold rather than to sate his curiosity.
In Survivor caution is key, and Guy lives to play another hand.