Jean-Robert Bellande, Scott Clements and a third player went to the flop of after the action was capped preflop. Bellande was acting from the big blind, Clements in middle position and the third player on the button. On the flop, Bellande was first and checked. Clements bet, the button called, then Bellande raised. Clements and the button both called.
The turn was the and Bellande checked. Clements bet, the button called and then Bellande raised. Sound familiar? This time Clements didn't just call though. He raised and the button called. Bellande reraised, Clements capped it and the button called. Bellande also called.
The river was a and Bellande checked. Clements bet, the button called and Bellande called, opting not to check-raise for the third street in a row. Here's what the hands were.
Bellande's queens full of sevens was the winner of the high half of the pot while the button took the low with his . Clements held a second-best low and second-best high to both of his opponents and got scooped. He dropped to 2,100 while Bellande's half of the pot put him up to 6,000.