George Jalkotzy raised to 7,000 from the hijack and was called by Joseph Ebanks in the cutoff and Orson Young in the small blind.
The flop came and all three players opted to check.
The turn was the and Young bet out 14,000. Jalkotzy folded and Ebanks called. The fell on the river putting two pair on the board and both players checked.
We're guessing that Young was hoping that Ebanks would bet on the river because Young held the for a full house. Ebanks mucked his hand and Young scooped the pot upping his stack to around 203,000.