It's been a good start to the level for David Williams. When we got to the table, Williams was heads up with another player on a flop of . It was checked to Williams, who fired out 1,800. His opponent called, and the turn was the . His opponent moved all in for his last 2,100, and Williams beat him into the pot.
WIlliams had fives full of threes, which left his opponent drawing dead. The meaningless river was the , causing Williams to say "hey I have another full house!". He didn't need it though, as the original full house played. Williams collected the bounty, and upped his stack to 16,000.