Richard Ashby raised on the button, Brock Parker called, and the flop was . Parker check-raised, Ashby called, and the turn was the . Parker led out, Ashby called, and the river was the . Brock fired out a final bet, Ashby once again called, and both players tabled their hands.
Both players, the dealer, and the floor person all stared at the board for a few seconds before they realized that Parker scooped with a set of threes and a live five.
Parker scooped another small pot after that one, and now has a more than two-to-one chip advantage.