After a player limped in from middle position, Martin Jacobson raised to 1,600 from middle position. Action folded back to the limper, and he called to see the flop come down. The first player checked, then Jacobson bet 1,500. His opponent called.
The turn was the , and the first player checked. Jacobson bet 4,000, and his opponent called.
Then, after the completed the board on the river, the first player checked, Jacobson bet 10,000, and his opponent snap-called.
Jacobson tabled the for two pair, aces and fives. His opponent showed the for a weaker two pair, but thought he had won the pot for a brief moment before realizing he actually didn't.
Jacobson scooped the pot and moved to 200,000 in chips.