Paul Pierce, John Kabbaj and a third player were involved in action on the flop. Pierce checked, and Kabbaj fired a bet of 1,600. The third player folded, then Pierce made the call to see the pair the board on the turn. Pierce checked, and Kabbaj checked back.
The river completed the board with the , and Pierce reached into his stack. He tossed out a bet of 2,000, and Kabbaj called.
Pierce rolled over the for a full house, tens full of sevens, and Kabbaj mucked his hand. With this pot, Pierce increased to 127,000 while Kabbaj slipped back to 30,000.