Four players were in a hand on Benny Glaser's table and a floor person had been called for.
According to Scott Seville, he had put out two cards to indicate that he was drawing two. At some point before all of the other three had a chance to decide how many to draw, the dealer had mucked these two cards.
In order to make it clear to the remaining players in the hand Seville was indeed drawing two, the dealer chose to place two random cards from the muck in front of Seville.
However, Seville then pulled those two cards into his hand and that was when the floor was called.
After not one, not two, but three floor people were consulted, it was ruled that he would have to play his hand with those two new cards.
The hand proceeded without incident, with three players folding to a bet from a different player.
"I have to say," said Seville after he had folded and the hand had finished, "Someone broke a pair of fives, because I threw away ace-king and got back jack-five."