On a board of , Phil Galfond was the first to act in a three-way pot. Galfond put out a bet of 55,000 before Andreas Klatt moved all in for 165,000 total. Nathan Gamble was last to act and he thought for a long while before he called. Galfond thought for a bit as well, then called behind.
The river was the and Galfond and Gamble both checked. Klatt showed down his for a full house. Galfond flashed his before mucking and Gamble held in his hand for a full house as well. But with no low on the board, the best full house would scoop and that meant that Klatt would earn a triple up to nearly 600,000 chips.