Three bets went in preflop between Andrew Brown, Larry Wright, Perry Friedman and Shirley Rosario, and the quartet took a flop of . Brown and Wright both knuckled, Friedman tossed out a bet, and all three of his opponents called.
The turn was the , bringing a qualifying low along with a club flush draw, and the action once again checked to Friedman. He bet, Rosario folded and both Brown and Wright called.
The completed the board, Brown and Wright checked a third and final time, and Friedman fired for a third time. This time only Wright called. Friedman showed for the nut low and no pair, which was a relief to Wright, who tabled for two pair.
Brown announced that he had the nut flush draw, and that a five would've given him "the nut straight."