Freddy Deeb was all in for 19,000 before the flop, and George Lind and Richard Ashby were tangled up in side action.
The board ran out , and the two live players checked through the turn. On the river, Lind check-called a bet.
Ashby showed up , and nobody could beat it. Deeb was a little frustrated that Lind didn't bet the turn, as it may have allowed him to stay alive. Ashby fills up on the river though, scooping the pot and sending Deeb out the door in 20th place.