Three players, including Mike Leah, saw a flop of . The player under the gun made it 2,600 to go, Leah called, and the button called as well. The came on the turn, and the first player to act bet 4,600 this time. Leah tossed out a 5,000 chip to call, and the button thought for a bit before folding.
The river was the , and after the under the gun player checked, Leah quickly followed suit. Leah's opponent showed for ace high, and Leah tabled for the winning hand. The button shook his head, and Leah asked him if he had a queen. The button nodded his head yes, and Leah had a big smile as he stacked up his newly earned chips.