David Sands opened to 320,000 on the button with an unknown hand, Scott Seiver called with , and the flop was . Seiver checked, Sands continued for 370,000, and Seiver quickly called.
The turn was the , Seiver checked again, and Sands checked behind.
The completed the board, and both players checked. Sands showed , which couldn't beat Seiver's flush.
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