Mark Roland raised in the small blind, and Yuval Bronshtein put his last 7,500 chips in from the big. Roland drew one and Bronshtein two. Roland got there right away, patting the second draw, while Bronshtein had to take two on the each of the last two.
Roland turned over . Bronshtein had , so he was drawing live, but a left him cooked without even a sweat on the final card.
At another table right after that, Andrew Kelsall raised, and Russell Clayton put in his 3,500 from the big blind. Draws went two (Clayton) and one (Kelsall), then Kelsall was pat while Clayton continued to take two. Clayton needed only one on the final pull, but his nine-six draw was dead against Kelsall's .