Thayer Rasmussen limped under the gun and Dutch Boyd made the call for 6,000. Allen Bari was on the button and raised to 12,000 after which the big blind, Rasmussen and Boyd all called.
The flop came down and it got checked to Boyd who lead out for 6,000. Bari was the only player who called and the turn was the . Both players checked and the river was the . Boyd threw in 12,000 after taking his time and Bari snapped him off. Boyd showed and raked in the pot after Bari double checked his cards and threw them in the muck. "Would you've check-raised or check-called the turn?," Bari asked Boyd who replied that he would've check-called both the turn and the river leaving him with 2,000 chips behind in case he would've lost the hand.