George Lind was first to act, and raised the action to two bets. Richard Ashby defended his big blind, and the dealer fanned . Ashby check-called a bet from Lind. The turn was the , and again Ashby check-called a bet. The two repeated their actions one more time after the hit the river, and Lind opened up for two-pair and the nut-low. Ashby flashed before mucking, and Lind scooped the whole pot.