Matt Waxman makes it 105,000 to play, a common play during this level. The two players to his left fold but Byron Kaverman decides to move all in against his fellow American, which is enough to fold him out.
Matt Waxman folds, as does Feed Magen but Hugo Lemaire raises to 105,000. Byron Kaverman thinks for a few moments before three-betting to 290,000 from the big blind. Leamire ponders a call but his cards find their way into the muck.
Byron Kaverman makes it 105,000 to play from the small blind and Matt Waxman, who has shown a tendency to call Kaverman, calls.
Flop: JKQ - Both players check
Turn: A - Kaverman checks, Waxman checks.
River: 2 - Kaverman checks, Waxman bets 40,000, a rather small bet compared to how the rest of the tournament has played out. Frederic Magen calls time after less than 10 seconds, whihc prompts a laugh from Kaverman and he mucks shortly afterwards.
Matt Waxman raises to 85,000 and is called by Byron Kaverman in the big blind. The first three community cards are J46, Kaverman checks, Waxman continues with a bet of 65,000 and Kaverman wastes little time in calling.
One card is burned and the turn is put on the felt. It is the A and again Kaverman checks and Waxman checks behind. The 2 is our river card and Kaverman thinks for 90 seconds and bets 125,000. Waxman squirms in his seat, picks up a plaque and enough chips to make the call and places them beside him.
"Why bet?" he asks, "Is there a tell?" he adds with a smile. He calls.
Waxman: mucks and says he made the call for information