With two opponents checking, Calen McNeil bet after fourth street made the community . Both of his opponents called, and the hit the river. Stuart Rutter checked, but Lance Dodd fired out a bet, and McNeil quickly called. Rutter wasn't so quick; he went into the tank for about 90 seconds before deciding to make the call.
Dodd showed for the nut low and aces for high. Rutter held for aces with a king kicker. McNeil flashed for a weaker low and weaker high, and he mucked his hand.
Rutter's neighbor congratulated him on the call.
"There was too much out there," he said.