The limit hold'em round concluded with three no-flop hands and two that went to fifth street.
In one of the latter two, Sebastian Saffari raised the button and Scott Abrams defended the big blind. Abrams then check-called bets after the flop and turn. The river brought the and a leading bet from Abrams, and Saffari let his hand go.
The other hand in which all five community cards were involved also began with a Saffari raise (from the cutoff), a three-bet from Abrams (small blind), then a four-bet from Christopher George (big blind). Both Saffari and Abrams called the four-bet, and the three players saw the flop come .
It checked to George who bet, Saffari raised, Abrams folded, and George called. The turn brought the and a check-call by George of another Saffari bet.
The river was the , and this time both players checked. George tabled for queens, and Saffari mucked.