With about 1,700 chips in the pot and the board reading , both blinds checked and the under-the-gun player bet 1,100. Alan Snow called from early position, Mike Sexton called from the cutoff, and everyone else got out of the way.
The fell on the turn and the under-the-gun player bet 2,200. Snow shoved for about 8,000, Sexton called to put himself at risk, the original bettor folded, and the two live players tabled their hands.
Snow had flopped open-ended straight and flush draws in addition to having paired up on the turn, but Sexton had the best of it with an nine-high straight. The on the river was no help to Snow and Sexton took the pot to leave Snow running on fumes.