Originally Posted by Mikeg
Speaking from experience id say the third raise probably has a 7 in his hand to be fair
It usually follows the bet is a bluff, the raise has the 10 and the re-raise has the 7. Or something like that.
As for Yeti Theorem
this probably used to be the case, until people starting picking it up. Now once you bet onto a dry flop people think it's a bluff and re-raise you. Conversely, if you check (or check-raise) and dry flop people will put you on the nuts. To counter this the pro's usually bet on a dry flop with the nuts to incude a re-raise.
In the UK on tuesday we have a show on 5, Wednesday night. Toby Lewis flopped quad queens on a QQ9 (dry) flop, and after being donk bet into, he raised!
He was trying to make it look like a complete bluff but instead had the nuts.