On a flop, we picked up the action as Michal Maryska was leading out with a bet of 1,800 out of position. It looks like he was the preflop raiser, and Fatima Moreira de Melo flatted to see the turn card.
It was the , and Maryska fired right out with another 4,200. De Melo called again, and the filled out the board on fifth street. The last bullet came, and de Melo was faced with a 10,500-chip decision. The flop and turn decisions had come relatively quickly, but de Melo spent a long while considering this one. She cut out the call from her stack of 33,300 and shuffled it in one hand as she studied the scenario. It was about three or four minutes later that she shook her head and slid her cards into the muck.
Maryska used the new "Show One Card" feature of the software, and he revealed the as he pulled in the pot.