The player in the under the gun position flicked out enough to limp and then cards went into the muck from around the table until it was on Barry Greenstein in the cutoff. He also limped and with a check from Todd Brunson in the big blind, the dealer would spread a flop across the felt.
All three players checked the flop and a hit the turn. The under the gun player limped here and Greenstein bet 600. Brunson called and it was back on the player who checked. He would throw out a raise to 1,200 and then Greenstein would pop it to 4,200. It was too much for Brunson as he got out of the way, while the check-raiser decided to let his hand go too.
Before Greenstein raked in his new chips, he tabled and left his other two cards face down.