Picking up with the action on the second draw, Layne Flack and Catherine Dever stood pat while Dan Kelly opted for one card. Flack led out with a bet, Dever called, and Kelly called as well.
On the final draw, Flack and Dever stood pat once more and Kelly picked up one new card. Action checked around and Dever tabled an . She was ultimately best by one card, however, as Flack showed down for a better eight low. Kelly mucked his cards and Flack was pushed the pot. The six-time WSOP bracelet winner is now sitting on about 48,000 in chips.