Jonathan Aguier was first to act, and he announced pot, which was most of his chips. Nick Jivkov was in the small blind, and he too announced a pot sized raise. Bryan Pellegrino quickly folded, and Aguiar committed the rest of his chips.
The flop was safe for Jivkov, coming down . Jivkov wanted the hand to end, so he called for a nine, and sure enough, the dealer obliged, bringing the on the turn. It couldn't have been better for Jivkov, as the river brought the , but it was no good for Aguiar, who takes home over $76,000 for his efforts.