Action began with a raise from Matt Weber. He made it 12,000 and got three callers.
All four players checked all the way down until the board read . From there, the player in the big blind made a bet of 39,000. Weber folded. Barry Hutter next to act made the call.
There was one player left to act on the button. "I think I might have you both beat," he said before folding his hand.
The player in the big blind mucked, but Rutter was forced to show his to take down the pot.
"I think you might've been good," Matt Salsberg prodded to the player on the button.
With that, Hutter is now well over 600,000 chips.