Just before the break, Steven Silverman opened for 42,000 from the cutoff and was met by a three-bet from Scott Clements on the button. The blinds both folded, and then Silverman four-bet jammed. Clements called.
Both players held a queen, which meant Clements' ace had him well out in front. That all changed though when the flop hit Silverman's jack. Clements could still win with either an ace or king, but neither appeared as the blanked on the turn followed by the on the river.