In a recent hand we found Jamie Gold checking from early position on a flop. A player in middle position then checked while the cut-off player bet 600, the button called, and Jamie Gold opted to raise, making it 2,600. The middle position player folded, the cut-off called, and the button folded after some deliberation.
With the being struck down on fourth street both players checked. The on the river however brought a different story. Jamie Gold held 6,000 worth of chips in his hand sitting quietly thinking what he wanted to do, when all of a sudden his opponent said "one more" as in Gold should bet one more 1,000 chip. Instead Gold took one away and bet 5,000. His opponent laughed, saying he would have definitely called 7,000. The cut-off then went into the tank for a good minute before depositing his cards in the muck.
Gold told the player he made a good fold, and after further discussion Gold claimed to of had for a full house, but his opponent wasn't buying it and was regretting not calling.