Three players were all in before flop, including Stewart Spear (cutoff), Phil Ivey (small blind), and the player on the button who had both covered. Spear had , Ivey , and the third player .
The flop came , giving both of Ivey's opponents pairs. The turn was the . The river then brought the , at the sight of which Spear initially pushed his hand forward, thinking for a moment two pair might be best. Then he saw Ivey had made Broadway, sending Spear out in 286th place and ensuring the eight-time bracelet winner had survived.