Three players had gotten to the turn with the board reading . Nghi tran checked, Adriano Santa Ana checked and Alex Case bet 120,000. Only Tran called. The river was an , and Tran checked again. Case bet 225,000, and Tran slid out a tower of green T25,000 chips: a raise to 675,000. Case folded.
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Picking up the action after the turn of a board of , Alexander Case (SB) and Cuong Van Nguyen (BB) checked to Joseph Morneau on the button who bet 150,000. Only Case called to see the river where he led for 250,000. Morneau went into the tank for about two minutes before he called.
Case tabled for Broadway, Morneau mucked, and Case collected the pot.