A player limped in early position, and Bart Hanson put his last 5,000 in on the button. Ted Lawson jammed from the blinds for about 25,000, and the limper called.
"I'm going to try my best to make a low," the early player said, seeing he had the best starting low hand of the three.
A flop meant a low was unlikely though, and Lawson had a near-lock for high with a boat. The turn made it official for him, and the river kept Lawson's tens in front for the side pot.