Six players limped in to see the pot, among them the always-active Tom Dwan from under the gun. The flop came . It checked to the player in the hijack seat who bet the pot, everyone else folded back to Dwan who reraised to 1,500. "All right," said Dwan's opponent, accepting the "durrrr" challenge by calling with his remaining chips (he had both add-ons behind).
Dwan showed and his opponent . The turn was the and river the , meaning Dwan took the low and his opponent the high with his set of deuces.
Dwan presently sits with about 3,300 in play and one 1,500 add-on chip behind.