It folded around to David Singontiko in the cutoff. As he usually does, he set his four cards in front of his chips, two on each side, then checked them two at a time. He then grabbed chips and raised to 65,000. It folded to Thomas Scarber who called from the big blind.
The flop came and both players checked. The turn was the . Scarber bet 75,000, and Singontiko called.
The river was the . Scarber bet 100,000 this time, and after studying for a few seconds Scarber made the call. Scarber revealed his busted hand -- -- and said "nice call" at the sight of Singontiko's .
Those trip jacks gave Singontiko the scoop, moving him up to 1.45 million and into first ahead of Jeffrey Gibralter. Meanwhile, Scarber slips to 250,000.