The first hand back from the break went like this. Christopher Vitch opened up the hand and Ian Johns quickly three-bet. Matthew Schreiber then made it four bets to go and Vitch got out of the way. A call from Johns and three cards would be dealt on the felt.
On the flop, Johns would check-call a bet from Schreiber and a would hit the turn. John again check-called and he and Schreiber watched a complete the board on the river. This time both players checked and turned their hands over.
Queens were good for Schreiber and raked in the pot.