We came to the action on the flop with the board showing . Christina Lindley had checked, and her lone opponent bet 1,100. Lindley made the call, and dealer rolled out the turn card, a . That's when the real action began.
Turn action started much like the flop. Lindley checked and her opponent bet out, 3,100 this time. Unlike the flop though, Lindley check-raised to 7,000. Her opponent quickly moved all-in, and Lindley insta-called and tabled for two pair. Her opponent turned over for a flush draw. The harmless on the river secured the pot for Lindley.
Lindley had fewer chips, so no one was eliminated on the hand, but Lindley is now up to 37,000.