It took awhile, but we finally got to see a board. After three raise-and-take-its in a row, Matt Matros raised to 28,000 under the gun and actually got a call from Jonathan Lane in the big blind. Lane checked the flop, and Matros bet 35,000. Lane called. The on the turn filled a flush draw, and both players declined to bluff at the pot. It went check-check again after the river made even more draws. Lane turned over for bottom pair, but Matros took the pot with .