Three players paid 2,700 to see a flop of . Action checked around to Matt Waxman on the button, who bet 4,700. Glen Altham check-shoved all in for not too much more and after the player in the cutoff seat folded, Waxman made the call.
Altham tabled flopping a flush, leaving Waxman almost drawing dead, as Waxman's attempt to bluff-steal the pot with a lesser hand had failed. The turn and river bricked out and Altham scored the double-up.