Julius Colman opened to 1,025 in late position, and a player in the big blind defended. Both players checked on a flop of , and the turn was a repeat queen - the .
Once again, the action went check-check.
The completed the board, giving both players at least kings and queens, and the player in the big blind flicked out 1,500. Colman called, then mucked when his opponent showed for effectively ace-high.