On the button, Paul Sharbanee limped in for 1,200. Ismael Bojang called from the small blind, and then Mel Judah checked his option in the big blind to allow the three players to see the flop for the minimum. All three checked, and the turn was the . Bojang and Judah checked fourth street, and Sharbanee bet 3,000. Bojang called, and Judah folded.
With 4,000 left in his stack on the river, Bojang stuck them all in when the hit the end of the board. Sharbanee made the call, and Bojang acknowledged that he was best, showing his . Sharbanee had the and won the pot.