When our reporter arrived at the table, Brian Rast had a raise to 4,700 out in front of him on the board against an opponent who had 1,500 in front of him. It appeared Rast had check-raised the turn, but the exact action was unknown. At any rate, Rast's opponent called to see the fall on the river. Rast then led with a bet of 10,500, and his opponent made the call.
Rast turned over the for quad nines. His opponent mucked, and Rast scooped the pot to move to 37,000 in chips.