With 450 already in the pot and a board reading , the small blind checked and Poker Hall of Famer Mike Sexton did the same from the big blind. 2004 World Series of Poker Main Event champ Greg Raymer, who was in the under-the-gun position, took the opportunity to bet, which both his opponents called.
When the completed the board on the river, two checks put action back on Raymer and he bet once again. The small blind folded and Sexton made a hesitant call.
"Deuce-four low and a small flush," Raymer said before tabling the . It was good as Sexton flashed the for a straight and then mucked.