A player opened with a raise to 3,200 from under the gun and one opponent in later position made the call before action slid over to David Williams on the button. Williams also called and the three of them took a flop of . The first player led for 3,600 and the next player called. Williams also called.
The turn card was the and paired the board with ducks. After two checks in front of him, Williams fired 9,000 into the pot. The first player check-raised all in for 34,000 and the player in the middle folded. Williams made the call holding the for two pair, kings and deuces with a king kicker. His opponent held the for a worse two pair and needed an eight on the river.
When the landed on fifth street, Williams was awarded the pot and his opponent sent to the rail. Williams now has roughly 120,000 in chips.