David Sands opened the betting by making it 10,500 preflop. Action folded around to Martin Hruby in the big blind who made the call. The flop came down and Hruby checked. Sands opted to check as well, and the two players saw the turn. Once again they both checked and the fell on the river.
Hruby decided to lead out for 20,00 and Sands quickly made the call. Hruby tabled for kings and queens, causing Sands to shoot his cards into the muck. Hruby was able to scoop the pot and is now sitting close to 600,000 in chips.