After losing a few pots, Phil Ivey's stack dwindled down to a few big bets. At that point, he opened in middle position, and was called by two players, one on the button and the other in the big blind. The player in the big blind check-called a bet on a flop of , then both players checked when the turned.
The completed the board, and the player led out. Ivey thought long and hard before tossing two purple chips forward, prompting the player to show for jack-high. Ivey tabled for essentially fifth pair, and raked in the pot.