From the cutoff seat, Matt Stout raised to 5,400. The player on the button called and everyone else folded. The flop came down and Stout continued with a bet of 8,000. The button flat-called to see the turn.
Fourth street was the to place two pair on board, tens and eights. Stout checked first and the button knuckled behind.
The river was the and Stout fired 20,000. His opponent snap-called.
Stout showed the for the low end of a full house, eights over tens. His opponent mucked and Stout won the pot.