The action folded to Paul Newey, who raised to 250 out of the small blind. A player in the big blind defended, the flop fell , and both players knuckled.
The turn was the third spade - the - and Newey checked again. The player fired out 300, Newey called, and the completed the board.
The Brit knuckled a third time, the player checked behind, and Newey showed for a king-high flush. The player flashed what looked like paint, then mucked.