In that hand one guy has an Ace high Flush, two of them have full houses, one has a straight flush. The odds of this actually happening is about as likely as Jessica Alba stalking me for a date. Also, looking at the board and you could tell that there was the possibilty of several monster hands. All of the players just check. Trust me, someone would've bet and bet big to see if someone else had something and to also made sure that no one got anything if they already didn't have it. Bond would've never had the chance to stay in the hand and get his straight flush.
Ehh, I'm confused. I know that the odds of getting those hands are very unlikely, maybe they should have toned it down a little, but Bond's winning hand needed to clear the table, a straight flush was very suitable. All of them went all in on their first bets because they were confident with their hands, are you trying to say they would have tested the water first with a smaller bet?