Joe Cassidy, Jon Turner, and a third player on the button took a flop of . Cassidy was first to act and came out firing with a bet. Turner and the button both called, allowing the to grace the felt on the turn. Cassidy continued his aggression, prompting a fold from Turner. The player on the button stuck around to see the finish off the board on the river.
At the river, Cassidy tossed out a final bet. His opponent thought for about 30 seconds before moving out a call.
"Nut low and a straight," said Cassidy as he rolled over .
His opponent mucked his cards and Cassidy was pushed the entire pot for a scoop. He's now sitting on about 70,000.