On the flop of , the first player checked and the next player bet before Team PokerStars Pro Canada member Pat Pezzin put in a raise. The first player folded, but the original bettor called.
The turn was the and both players checked to see the fall on the river. The first player checked and Pezzin bet. His opponent called.
Pezzin showed the for the nut flush and a low. His opponent showed the to lose the high, but he was able to produce the same low and chop that half of the pot. That meant Pezzin scooped three-quarters of this pot and has moved to 5,900 in chips.