Phil Ivey raised to 700 on the button, a player came along for the ride in the small blind and Andrew Lichtenberger three-bet to 3,000 out of the big blind. Both Ivey and the player in the small blind called, and the dealer fanned a flop of .
The action checked to Ivey, he took the opportunity to bet 6,000 and both of his opponents called. The trio checked on the turn () and the river was the . All three players checked again and Lichtenberger showed for the nuts. The trap didn't work, but he still pulled in a nice pot.
The very next hand, Ivey raised in the cutoff, his neighbor on his left called again and Christian Harder defended his big blind. The flop came , Harder checked and Ivey continued for 1,300. Only the player on his left called.
Ivey slowed down on the next two streets, check-calling bets of 1,500 on the turn () and 2,350 on the river () and the player revealed . Ivey showed and dragged the pot.