When we arrived at David Williams' table, we noticed he was sitting behind a chip stack of around 18,000. We also noticed he was involved in a hand on the turn of a board and was up against two opponents. Williams was first to act and checked. The player in the cutoff position then led for 1,525 and the other player involved in the hand folded from the button. Back on Williams and he would raise to 4,500. Williams' opponent opted to shove all in here, having Williams covered. Williams made an extremely quick call, holding 16,300 behind. At this point the two players turned their hands over.
Williams was way ahead with the straight on the turn and it stayed that way as a completed the board on the river.